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Transcript of Hunger Stats
suffer from lack of proper food 50 million in Latin America 265 million in Sub-Saharan Africa 1 in 3 people
in this area
are malnourished 42 million in North Africa & 640 million
in Asia and
the Pacific Canada Worldwide Worldwide 870,000 Canadians rely
on a food bank every month 38% of
families 17% are
employed 31% of food banks
do not have
to meet their
current needs 7% are on some
type of pension ~47% of the clients are children ~the number of seniors and refugees has doubled since 2010 Winnipeg In 2011, Winnipeg Harvest moved almost
11,000,000 lbs. of food. 1/3 of families experiencing hunger are dual wage earning families Beausejour What
? Bring a "TIN FOR THE BIN" whenever you are going somewhere that is collecting. Eat what you take at supper, or at a buffet. Anyone grades 1-12 can volunteer at
Siloam Mission. Grades 1-6 can volunteer with parent/guardian supervision, and grades 7-12 can volunteer with a signed form and one adult (21+) for every 5 students. Beausejour
Food bank In 2010 they used 19, 508 lbs. of food They also accept toiletries and cleaning supplies such as toilet paper, hand soap, dish soap, laundry detergent, toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodorant, shampoo, and body wash. Over the course of this year they helped 150 families/2000 individuals. The Beausejour Food Bank opened in 1951, the founders were Gerald and Pamela Hawranik. It was the first rural food bank. Here's a list of things that are always needed:
~Canned fruit/fresh fruit ~evaporated milk
~oatmeal/dry cereal ~Kraft Dinner
~canned ham/tuna/salmon ~potatoes
~canned pork & beans
~fresh/canned vegetables The food bank is open Monday-Thursday from
10am-12 noon (330,600 kids) (443,700 are part
of families) (147,900 people) (60,900 people) Congratulations EESS! We raised just
over $100 for Siloam Mission at our bake sale! cat cat/selfkglglgjlji