One out of five of us deal with Food Insecurity, which means four out of five of us could help!
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It takes a network of dedicated professionals and constantly resilient collaborative efforts at the local, state,regional and even national levels to have any hope of effectively combating an issue as pervasive as hunger.
Our network is comprised of professionals, volunteers and friends who share the common goal of providing safe, nutritious food assistance and resources to our neighbors in need. Together we are bigger, better and more capable of Feeding Hope Across Alabama.
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The folks at WoodmenLife know firsthand about the Montgomery Area Food Bank’s (MAFB) Volunteer Center, having made the fight against hunger a National Community Focus (NCF) and devoting personal support of our mission with sweat equity.
But recently representatives from WoodmenLife; Darrell Phillips (2nd from left), Meredith Campbell (center left), Vonita Edwards and Haley Clements (far right to left) stopped by to present our Cheri O’Dell
(far left) an dFund/Food Drives-Events & Volunteer Coordinator Teressa Millwood (center right) with $1,000 bankable equity in support of our Volunteer Center and Hunger Action Month.
All year WoodmenLife has been sponsoring a variety of local and national events to mark its 125th anniversary as well as its first-ever NCF – fighting hunger. Well Done!