With cold weather and Thanksgiving here, more families are giving thanks for the nonprofits, volunteers and donors working to ensure they don’t spend the holiday going hungry.
Loudoun’s hunger nonprofits have just finished Thanksgiving meal distributions, and they continue to have long lists of people asking for help. The annual surge in need during the cold weather and holiday season adds to a time of hardship that has not ended since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic more than two years ago. And at the same time, the rising costs of living under high inflation have made it a little harder to make ends meet, and, for those more fortunate, to give a little extra.
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