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Tri-Valley nonprofit food providers adapt to help supply holiday meals

Original post made on Nov 19, 2020

Nonprofit groups that traditionally provide large in-person meals during the holidays have been forced to find creative ways to help feed families in need during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Posted by Ken mano
a resident of Willow West
on Nov 19, 2020 at 10:03 am

Ken mano is a registered user.

Very nice article Ryan, thanks for bringing attention to this issue, we definitely have many who are hurting and going hungry, even in the Tri-Valley, where we normally think there is a lot of prosperity. It's up to us who are doing ok, to help others who are hurting.

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