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All Faiths Food Bank Turns Empty Plates Into 'ThankFULL Hearts'

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Challenging economic conditions, surging costs of living, and the devastation wrought by Hurricane Ian are hitting the most at risk in our community hard–especially children, families and seniors. When basic costs increase–and disasters strike–food can be the first thing to go. For too many of our neighbors, the holidays may mean additional financial difficulties and stres and empty plates. All Faiths Food Bank is the only food bank and largest hunger relief organization in Sarasota and DeSoto counties. Together with our partners, we provide healthy solutions to end hunger in our community. In 2021, we distributed 17 million meals through mobile pantries and farm markets, school and family pantries, backpacks for students, summer hunger programs, holiday turkey distributions, and our partner agencies. This year, with the support of the ThankFULL fundraising campaign, All Faiths will distribute 13,000 turkeys and 3.6 million delicious holiday meals to families in need. The holidays offer the perfect opportunity to showcase the true spirit of the season – especially for our neighbors who are struggling. Please consider a gift to All Faiths Food Bank to help us turn empty plates into ThankFULL tummies.

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