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Food Link joined Walk for Hunger

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Food Link, an Arlington-based organization that rescues fresh food and contributes to environmental sustainability, is a Commonwealth Partner with Project Bread for their 53rd annual Walk for Hunger on Sunday, May 2.

Walk for Hunger

Join our team to put food on the table for families in need: 40 percent of the funds raised will benefit Project Bread's food-access work, and 60 percent benefit our work to rescue food to feed the community.

This walk is a virtual event, so participate however you feel most comfortable  whether that's walking on your own or with a friend, in your neighborhood or somewhere new.

Contact team leader Sam at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions.


This news announcement was published Saturday, April 10, 2021.

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