The Greater Lansing Food Bank relies on your donation to feed those in need
In the heart of Michigan, thousands of families are forced to be heartbreaking
Decisions every day: pay rent, fill out a recipe, put food on the table.
Hunger is tough. Fortunately, it’s easy to choose to help.
For 40 years, the Greater Lansing Food Bank has been working to create a future in which
everyone has access to nutritious food. Whether nationwide economic crisis, or
a series of unexpected life events for our starving neighbors to turn to
GLFB for Relief, Support, and Hope.
Last year, GLFB provided more than eight million meals – eight million – for children, seniors, families and individuals in our community as we faced one of the greatest challenges of our generation. And all thanks to generous contributions from people like you.
As we enter another uncertain Christmas season, GLFB needs our support to keep it going
as many people as possible from starvation.
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I invite you to join the Lansing State Journal to support GLFB and its essential work. You can donate online at GLFoodBank.org/donate and look for a donation envelope included with the printed LSJ in the coming weeks.
Hunger is tough. Helping can be very easy.
Stephanie Angel is the Editor-in-Chief of the Lansing State Journal and USA TODAY NETWORK Mid-Michigan group. Contact her at [email protected] or follow her on Twitter @stephanieangel.