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Take Action: Hunger Action Month

Kansas City Moms Blog is thrilled to partner with Harvesters to highlight their work in supporting those in need of food assistance in our community.September is Hunger Action Month which means there’s no better time than right now to educate your children and get involved with addressing food insecurity here in Kansas City. Here are […]

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Teaching Hunger to Our Children

Kansas City Moms Blog is thrilled to partner with Harvesters to highlight their work in supporting those in need of food assistance in our community.The numbers are staggering. In our area alone, more than 364,000 are food insecure – missing an estimated 65+ million meals annually. More than 112,000 of these are children. Only 59% […]

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Giving Tuesday: Support Harvesters Community Food Network

Kansas City Moms Blog is thrilled to partner with Harvesters to highlight their work in supporting those in need of food assistance in our community.Pre-Black Friday prices. Black Friday. Cyber Weekend. Cyber Monday. This week was all about BUY, BUY, BUY. My mission each holiday season though is to combat the materialism and the clutter of the season […]

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Feed Hungry People Today, End Hunger Tomorrow

This is the mission of Harvesters: to feed hungry people today and work to end hunger tomorrow. As the Kansas City area’s only food bank, Harvesters has served our community since 1979 by collecting food and household products, distributing products and providing nutrition services, and offering leadership to increase awareness and generate solutions to alleviate hunger. The work […]

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P-Chop Proud!

When I first moved to Kansas City from Iowa, I was a loyal Hy-Vee shopper. In fact, my first apartment was only a mile from a Hy-Vee store, so I was set! After about a year in KC, I moved to a new apartment and the closest grocery store was Price Chopper (which coincidentally was […]

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