The Food Bank of Lincoln wants to start a conversation about hunger and poverty at a level the city has never had before. To that end, the Food Bank hosted a meeting Tuesday of community leaders at which a Nevada woman talked about her organization’s efforts. Cherie Jamason said her organization has begun workshops for low-income people and others who want to learn about the causes of poverty and hunger. The gatherings are part of two national initiatives known as Bridges out of Poverty and Getting Ahead. read more here.
Through Bridges Out of Poverty Initiative, Food Banks Seeks to Change Public Perception of Poverty
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