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United Against Hunger mass distributions set to continue until the end of the year
Since April 24, every Friday hundreds of cars line up since early hours in the morning to receive a bag of groceries.
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Community receives more than 1k grocery bags as part of United Against Hunger
UAH also hired 125 furloughed employees at $10 an hour through the Get Shift Done initiative to work at mass distributions and nonprofit agencies.
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Trying Times: Ozanam Center helps those in need
The project was enabled through funding from the Valley Baptist Legacy Foundation via United Way and its #GetShiftDone and food distribution initiatives and organizers hope it will run through July
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Give a shift: Program links food workers with nonprofits
A program that started in north Texas to connect laid-off or furloughed restaurant and hospitality workers with paid shifts at nonprofits feeding the hungry has come to Brownsville and the Rio Grande Valley.
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