Huunger Fight
Several hundred volunteers representing businesses, retailers, churches and community groups joined us last November for our Annual Thanksgiving Community Outreach Events in Duval (pictured), Clay, Columbia and Marion counties.

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For many who volunteer, working a Hunger Fight meal packing event is an entirely new and different experience. Why? Because our volunteers are putting together healthy meals made from new ingredients! 

Working to music and ringing bells for each new case produced, motivated teams of corporate, faith-based or community group volunteers can fill and package tens of thousands of meals in just two-and-a half hours. Our tables of ten work assembly-line style with macaroni, rice, beans, oats, soy, brown sugar, vitamin-enriched seasonings and our special cheese blend to prepare Hunger Fight’s Cheezy Mac and Beans N Rice family dinner meals and our delicious Brown Sugar Oatmeal breakfast.

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Hunger Fight

Each of the table positions are given a singular task to do (scoop the seasoning; seal the bag, pack the box, etc.) in assembling the ingredients to make, fill, seal and produce cases of Hunger Fight breakfast and dinner meals.

With tables competing to see who will ring the bell the most times, these events are team-building and fulfilling!

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