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Food for the Hungry of Knox County meets Goal, Still adding

Knox County, Food For The Hungry met its goal!!!
With the help of the MVNU Men’s Basketball Game collection and the Kenyon Snowflake Gala on Friday night, Dec. 8, FFTH met its goal of $260,000! $263,502.08 and 11 truckloads of food was collected!FFTH wants to extend appreciation to Knox County for giving and believing in its mission to stop hunger in Knox County.


Remember, the 2023 FFTH Drive does not end until December 31st, so there is still time to give or host events on behalf of FFTH! Exceeding the goal would allow FFTH to provide Summer Grants and special project gifts for food pantries. With the exceeded goal funds from the 2022 Drive, FFTH was able to provide $25,000 in 2023 Summer Grants for food pantries to help supplement the free breakfasts and lunches students rely on during the school year. It was also able to help a food pantry buy a new trailer to haul food from Mid-Ohio Food Collective, and help Interchurch Social Services buy a new refrigerator. Every dollar matters in the FFTH Drive!
Collection totals from all the FFTH events and highlights of FFTH Live will be shared in the Post Broadcast Press Release later this week.
To learn more or donate, visit www.FoodForTheHungry.org.Food For The Hungry – Working Together To Care For Our Neighbors.

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