United Way of the Roanoke Valley introducing new initiative to fight food insecurity

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted almost everyone's life, from work to the price of food. In fact, the pandemic pushed more than 13 million people into food insecurity, which is a 35 percent jump from 2018. However, in order to increase access to food in the Roanoke Valley, the United Way has a new initiative: the Little Free Pantries.

United Way of the Roanoke Valley introducing new initiative to fight food insecurity

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