No one should go hungry in Orange County

By Nicole Suydam, Mark Lowry

September is Hunger Action Month when we call attention to the critical issue of hunger in Orange County. We’re often met with disbelief when we talk about the hungry men, women and children in our community, but this is an all-too-real problem with real consequences not just for those who are suffering, but for the rest of us too.

Let’s start with the most recent statistics from Feeding America’s 2017 Map the Meal Gap. According to this study, Orange County has an astounding gap of 60 million meals missed in 2016 by more than 315,000 people, including 129,000 children. This amounts [READ MORE HERE]

Source: OC Register

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