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Food Insecurity in Buffalo County

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FOOD INSECURE PEOPLE IN BUFFALO COUNTY     5,800

FOOD INSECURITY RATE IN BUFFALO COUNTY     12.2%

ESTIMATED PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY AMONG FOOD INSECURE PEOPLE IN BUFFALO  CO. 

43%  Above Other Nutrition Program threshold of 185%poverty   

13%   Between 130%-185% poverty                                                     
44%  Below SNAP threshold 130% poverty     

AVERAGE COST OF A MEAL     $2.98

ADDITIONAL MONEY REQUIRED TO MEET FOOD NEEDS     $3,047,000

Volunteer Opportunities:


Anyone interested in serving as a volunteer may contact our Volunteer Coordinator at 308-325-4819 or e-mail monica@kearneyjubilee.org. Volunteers are asked to sign up or specify the hours they are available to work, as this helps with scheduling.

Donations:


Donations of both money and food are greatly appreciated. Food may be brought to the Food Pantry during regular business hours; however, arrangements for large food donations must be made with the Director before delivery. Monetary donations may be mailed or brought to the Kearney Jubilee Center office during regular business hours.

The Kearney Jubilee Center will not accept donated food that is outdated, packages that are open, or cans that are dented along the seal.

The mission of the Kearney Jubilee Center - God's Food Pantry

is to supplement the nutritional needs of the most vulnerable in our community with healthy, wholesome food.

God's Food Pantry