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Food Drive Sample Letter[2 2]

Food Drive Sample Letter[2 2]

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Published by Garry Cuthbert
Our organization will be holding a clothing and a food drive beginning August
15th, through October 15th, 2009 to help support the programs of the Food Bank
of Durham Region, and the GTA. This is an excellent chance to make a
difference in the lives of many as well as making a significant impact on our
community. I encourage you to join this effort to help our less fortunate
neighbors.
Our organization will be holding a clothing and a food drive beginning August
15th, through October 15th, 2009 to help support the programs of the Food Bank
of Durham Region, and the GTA. This is an excellent chance to make a
difference in the lives of many as well as making a significant impact on our
community. I encourage you to join this effort to help our less fortunate
neighbors.

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Published by: Garry Cuthbert on Sep 01, 2009
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Dear Durham Region and GTA,Re:
ANOINTING OF THE HOLY SPIRIT MINISTRIES FOOD BASKET 
Our organization will be holding a clothing and a food drive beginning August15
th
, through October 15
th
, 2009 to help support the programs of the Food Bankof Durham Region, and the GTA. This is an excellent chance to make adifference in the lives of many as well as making a significant impact on our community. I encourage you to join this effort to help our less fortunateneighbors.The food and funds we raise will help in Durham Region and the GTA to supplyfood to the over 240 partner agencies in our community. These agencies consistof organizations such as food pantries, soup kitchens, senior centers, churches,and other non profit organizations that are working to fight hunger in our community. Women and Men, as well as youth shelters across Durham Regionand GTA any surplus will be given to the street people and homeless as theseindividuals have very little or nothing to speak of and I know they certainlyappreciate a helping hand and a little kindness when they have the opportunity toreceive it.Following are some shocking fact about hunger in Durham Region, and the GTA:
65,000 people live below the official poverty level in Durham Region, andthe GTA(a family of 4 brings home less then $20,650 per year)
Hunger does not discriminate in fact it effects the most vulnerable is our society
31% of those served by the Food Bank are under 18
5% of those served by the Food Bank are under 5
8% of those served by the Food Bank are elderly
41% of households have at least one working adult
36% of households have at least one member in poor health

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