A recent article in the Albany Times Union, and the two in the Schenectady Gazette (and here), highlight the growing demands being place on food support services throughout our region and across the country.
James Weill, president of the Food Research and Action Center, an anti-hunger group, predicts the 2008 numbers will show even more hunger because of the sharp economic downturn this year.
“There’s every reason to think the increases in the number of hungry people will be very, very large based on the increased demand we’re seeing this year at food stamp agencies, emergency kitchens, Women, Infants and Children clinics, really across the entire social service support structure,” said James Weill, president of the Food Research and Action Center, an anti-hunger group.
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