Feeding Hungry Texans During COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis has extended into 2021. Accordingly, the State Of Texas, and the United States for that matter, still face great challenges. Sadly, feeding hungry Texans is one of many priorities for the Lone Star state. Texas continues to weather a dire economy carried over from 2020. The new year has brought many of the same worries and issues as the year before for many families. Hunger and food insecurity is a major concern and no country or state seems to be immune. Thousands of men and women are still struggling to find work. They were furloughed at the beginning of the coronavirus crisis. Now in 2021, they have still been unable to secure a new steady income. Likewise, this has left many families struggling to pay for the most basic resources, like putting food on the table. Feeding hungry Texans is a real issue challenging the people of this state.

Rochelle Fletcher, director of The Goodness Project in Texas, saw the tremendous need in her community for hunger relief and immediately sought to help.

Thanks to YOU, Rochelle and her team at The Goodness Project partnered with Operation Blessing to bring food to these desperate families! Your kindness provided critical groceries to hungry men, women, and children in Texas, craving more than just food. You are serving up hope and security to these families in very uncertain times. Thank you! To get involved, visit https://go.ob.org/feeding-hungry-texans.

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00:00:04 Many are now jobless due to COVID-19.

00:00:09 Many families in Texas and the United States are having trouble making ends meet.

00:00:37 The Goodness Project, partnered with Operation Blessing, helps to feed the many out of work and hungry Texans.

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