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Annual Survey: 2011 HUNGER

Annual Survey: 2011 HUNGER

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Information on the work of Catholic Charities agencies nationwide to provide adequate food and promote good nutrition in their communities.
Information on the work of Catholic Charities agencies nationwide to provide adequate food and promote good nutrition in their communities.

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Published by: Catholic Charities USA on Apr 18, 2013
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WHO OUR NETWORK SERVES
Catholic Charities USA (CCUSA) believes having access to adequate foodis a basic human right. It is from this perspective that Catholic Charitiesagencies across the country work to provide programs and services tofamilies, children, and single adults struggling to afford food to eat.
CHILDREN
30%
 ADULTS
57%
SENIORS
13%
OVERVIEWHOW OUR NETWORK SERVES
2011 ANNUASURVEY 
HUNGER
Total Hunger-Related Client Services:
6,568,516
Reflects clients for whom age is identified.
61%
FOOD BANKS AND PANTRIES
17%
SOUP KITCHENS
8%
OTHER FOODSERVICES
12%
CONGREGATE DINING
3%
HOME DELIVEREDMEALS
 The information provided in this report comes from the Catholic Charities USA 2011 Annual Survey. In 2011, 147of the 174 Catholic Charities organizations across the country responded to the survey. The survey is conductedand compiled by researchers at the Center for the Applied Research in the Apostolate at Georgetown University.
 ANNUAL SURVE
HUNGER

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