Donations, volunteers and a broader understanding of hunger’s pervasiveness are essential to combat child hunger during summer months, when school ends and free and reduced-price lunches aren’t available.
Donations, volunteers and a broader understanding of hunger’s pervasiveness are essential to combat child hunger during summer months, when school ends and free and reduced-price lunches aren’t available. Susan Pfannmuller Special to The Star
Donations, volunteers and a broader understanding of hunger’s pervasiveness are essential to combat child hunger during summer months, when school ends and free and reduced-price lunches aren’t available. Susan Pfannmuller Special to The Star

Editorial: Hunger and the heartland — needs multiply during summer months

July 05, 2017 08:30 PM