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Communities and government continue to support families in need

Throughout the past year, Door and Kewaunee county communities have shown their generosity through continued donations to their pantries. Ken Marquardt, the director of the Kewaunee County Food Pantry describes the difference donations have made.

 

 

Similarly, Estella Huff, the director of Feed and Clothe my People Door County says the impact of donations on their pantry has been a positive one.

 

 

In addition to the widespread donations of both counties, both federal and state governments have given support to families through increased food stamps as well as increased amounts on Quest cards. With this support from the government and local food pantries, it has become easier for families to get the food they need.

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