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Not Enough to Eat

Posted Wednesday, November 22, 2006

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Imagine it's getting to the end of the month, and with what's left from your paycheck you can buy food or pay for heat - just not both. It doesn't matter if you call it hunger or food insecurity - what's important is that people in our own community may not have enough to eat. On Wednesday's The Sound of Ideas, we'll talk about what it means to not know where your next meal will come from, and we'll also talk about what you can do to help.




Anne Goodman, executive director, Cleveland Foodbank; Karen Webb, development director, West Side Catholic Center; Mark Salling, research director, Center for Community Solutions

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Cleveland Foodbank
West Side Catholic Center
Harvest for Hunger
Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank
Second Harvest Foodbank

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