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Blessed Are the Hungry? Not So Much

Food pantries are struggling. Food prices are up, donations are down, and need is growing.

(Examples: Washington, D.C., Pittsburgh, Oregon, North Carolina, Florida, to name a few.)

Charity navigators lists the best food pantries by location and rating.

(Originally posted at Steve Waldman's blog at Beliefnet.)

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Posted:November 24, 2008 at 9:19AM
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