Monday, November 28, 2011
Not only are there over 390,000 Connecticut residents struggling with hunger, but our soup kitchens and food pantries served by CT Food Bank have reported an average 30% increase in demand for their services. We have also learned that The USDA found CT is one of the largest increases in food-insecure households in the country.
We are proud to promote the good work CT Food Bank is doing and hope your efforts will make a difference to thousands of households this holiday season. Our collection bins will be in our waiting rooms ALL MONTH. Canned and dried food are accepted, but for more ideas, please visit the www.ctfoodbank.org.
Help us fill everyone's plate this holiday season by donating at one of our 7 medical offices and physical therapy facilities, OR by donating to our virtual drive by clicking HERE.