Our Fresh Corners network now has an 11th store in the program, serving a neighborhood whose residents currently have no local options for fresh produce.
A state-wide coalition has been trying to save a public program that helps the most vulnerable. But our opponents are equally determined.
“If you’ve ever suffered from hunger, you want to give back. I want to be an advocate and open doors for the next generation.”
This disabled veteran knows what it means to struggle. But he remains determined to work with Just Harvest and other people who hunger for basic fairness.
Attendees at this monthly event write letters pushing for specific policies to address hunger and poverty. Frank conversation is part of that.
Today, we joined others in urging the Planing Commission to support a plan to boost affordable housing in one of the city’s most gentrified neighborhoods.
Though at 66-years-old he’s past the age of retirement, James describes himself as a working man. Fairer policies would allow him the old age he deserves.
The 2019 tax season will be the final year for a key measure in the Affordable Care Act. Here’s how it affected one couple.
They say life is like a river, full of twists and turns you don’t always see coming. This fisherman would probably agree.
A former steel worker with a pension, Ron is doing better than many, but sees the value in programs that help those in need.