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Many in our communities are finding themselves in situations they have never experienced before. The need for help with food for many is just one example.

 

Community Helping Community

Unemployment and job reduction in our nation are at an all-time high. Many in our communities are finding themselves in situations they have never experienced before. The need for help with food for many is just one example. Yet there are others in our communities that are eager to help during these unprecedented times.

Where to start?

Crisis Aid is equipping members of the community with the power to help each other. Together, we are providing supplemental food to those in need. Those wanting to make a difference now have a place to drop off food that will help others. Still, others have a resource to provide food for their neighbors, friends, and whole communities as well.

Our desire is to start the process of neighbor helping neighbor.

Our goal is to see whole communities transformed by individuals stepping out and doing more; more for family, more for friends, and more for the entire community.

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