Lincoln Woman's Club hosts Stuff the Truck on National Day of Service

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[September 07, 2023]     In the U.S., there are 34 million people who lack access to an adequate food supply to fulfill their basic needs. Among them, 9 million children are facing hunger. Fifty-three million people resorted to food banks after the COVID-19 pandemic. Even more alarming: EVERY county in the U.S. has families grappling with food insecurity.

To commemorate the Inaugural National Day of Service, we invite you to stand with GFWC Lincoln Womanís Club in their battle against food insecurity. You can contribute by participating in our STUFF-THE-TRUCK Event scheduled for Saturday, September 30th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at their building at 230 N. McLean Street in Lincoln. All food donations collected will be given to Lincolnís food pantries.

The items most often needed by food banks are: peanut butter, canned soup, canned fruit, canned vegetables, canned stew, canned fish, canned beans, pasta (whole grain), rice (brown), diapers, laundry detergent and womenís hygiene products.

[Marla Williams/Janice Bicknell]

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