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  • Montana Food Bank Network

    "The most difficult time to put food on the table is at the end of the month, every month. There is no money. Food is almost gone. I don’t eat to feed my child." -Mother from Lewistown, MT Parents skip meals so children don't go hungry. What would you do if you didn't know where your next meal was coming from? #HungerAction #FoodForThought

  • United Food Bank

    Such an interesting tool - Think food stamps are something used only by people in far-away, poor communities? Think again. A handy interactive tool from Slate.com will show you just how many folks right in your own community rely on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), otherwise known as food stamps.

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