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Category: Paule Pachter’s Blog

  1. MAKING STRIDES IN SERVING OUR VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES

    This month, our nation and its people will take time to commemorate Veterans Day, an annual holiday when we remember those men and women who served in our military to protect our freedoms and democratic way of life. It might be difficult to believe that Long Island, and especially Suffolk County is home to the […]

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  2. SCHOOLS OPEN AND CHILDREN GET A BREAK FROM HUNGER AND FOOD INSECURITY

    As I reported in my August, 2016 column in the HIA-LI Reporter, a new report published by Feeding America, the national hunger relief organization representing 197 food banks across the country describes a 27.2% increase in the estimated number of Long Island children experiencing food insecurity.  The recent report entitled, Map the Meal Gap 2016: […]

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  3. LONG ISLAND’S MIDDLE AND WORKING CLASS IS EXPERIENCING FOOD INSECURITY

    According to the recent Map the Meal Gap Report distributed by Feeding America, the national hunger relief and membership organization representing 197 food banks across the U.S., the prevalence of hunger in suburbia continues to have an impact upon the middle and working class.  As reported in the Hunger in America Study compiled by Feeding […]

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