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by Coretta Bedsole, AARP SC advocacy director
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Nearly 22,000 Vermonters 50 and older did not have balanced meals or enough to eat at some point in 2014 because they could not afford it.
Helping Grandmother Walk
AARP is recruiting volunteers to work with nonprofit organizations that help older Virginians maintain their independence.
DTEH
Hungry in the West End addresses senior hunger in Providence's West End community -- an area of hard-core poverty burdened further by the recession. This series attempts to put a face on the problem of senior hunger in the West End and throughout America, and to give voice to those who are responding to the challenge of feeding the hungry. This is concluding Part 8 of the series. Start here to begin with Part 1.
Teresa Dickey
Hungry in the West End addresses senior hunger in Providence's West End community -- an area of hard-core poverty burdened further by the recession. This series attempts to put a face on the problem of senior hunger in the West End and throughout America, and to give voice to those who are responding to the challenge of feeding the hungry. This is Part 7 of the series. Start here to begin with Part 1.
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Imagine feeding a hot lunch to more than 1,500 people a day—people who live in different parts of Rhode Island, with different needs, tastes and health problems.
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