– Charitable Organizations Can’t be the Only Ones Working to Solve Hunger and Housing Crises | Opinion by Sister Mary Sullion and Loree D. Jones, For The Inquirer
– Philabundance CEO: Business can be part of the solution for food insecurity
May 2020 was an exciting time for Philabundance. From the appointment of new Chief Executive Officer Loree D. Jones to launching a temporary drive-thru food distribution to help those in need during COVID-19, Philabundance received some great media coverage highlighting its hunger relief efforts across the Delaware Valley. Check out some of the top press clips from the month of May.
Loree D. Jones | Philabundance CEO
– Power moves: Loree D. Jones has been named the CEO of Philabundance.
– Phillies Phans Feeding Families Food Drive Goes Virtual With the Help of Philabundance.
– La organización Philabundance inició la repartición de comida, tipo servi-carro, en el Citizens Bank Park.
– 1,000 receive food in coronavirus relief effort by Montco Anti-Hunger Network.
– Stories of Americans suddenly jobless from the coronavirus pandemic.
Approximately two months into the COVID-19 pandemic, April 2020 had some of the highest rises in food insecurity in Philabundance’s 35-year history. By increasing its food output while cutting back on volunteers, the hunger relief organization is constantly navigating the new normal faced by food banks across the country. Thankfully, April also brought about acts of generosity and kindness that will allow Philabundance to continue the fight against hunger. Check out some of the media coverage highlighting the need, new programs and bountiful donations from the month of April.
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Free food at sites in Rhawnhurst, Somerton, Far NE.
Philabundance helps families in need.
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