Hungry no more

. March 2, 2016.
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Often, seniors live on a fixed income with predetermined monthly checks. While healthcare and living costs rises, many seniors struggle with the additional concern of hunger. Created in 2012, The Senior Grocery Program aims to meet nutritional needs of seniors facing hunger, providing food that can easily be prepared at home, The program also increased access to food that includes essential nutriments for the diets of seniors. If you know of someone in need of assistance in NW Ohio, there are also two food banks available:

Toledo Seagate Food Bank, 526 High St. 419-244-6996. theseagatefoodbank.org

Northwestern Ohio Food Bank, 24 E. Woodruff Ave. 419-242-5000. toledonorthwesternfoodbank.org

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