Second Harvest Addresses Skidaway Hamiltons on Local Hunger & Food Assistance

Courtesy of Skidaway Hamiltons

Please join Skidaway Hamiltons and the Abigails on September 19 at 3:30 p.m., at the Messiah Lutheran Church. At this meeting, Mary Jane Crouch, Executive Director of America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia, will update us on the remarkable food assistance work of her organization. She'll address the scope of the problem and how her organization's programs address hunger and poverty. She'll also discuss future plans to combat hunger. Representing one of Savannah’s most active and focused nonprofits, since 2002 Mary Jane and her team have increased annual food distribution from four million pounds to more than 27 million pounds.

The Skidaway Hamiltons is a nonpartisan organization of civic-minded men who address some of today’s most important issues for building strong, viable, and sustainable neighborhoods and communities. Previous programs have focused on housing, environment, education, social justice, mental health, public safety, and employment. Upcoming programs include the Smithsonian Museum’s work on the coastal Gullah-Geechee communities (October 10); the progress and impact of the Hyundai EV plant in Bryan County (November 14); and Savannah’s transgender community and issues (December 19).

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