December 02, 2022

Food Pantries Capital District See Rise In Need

The Food Pantries for the Capital District reports that 83% of their 70 member feeding programs report an increase in demand. Now various extra benefits provided during covid are ending. Natasha Pernicka, the group’s Executive Director, discusses what help is needed, starting at the federal level, as well as the need for living wages. With Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Magazine.

Tags: hunger, poverty, snap

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