One of the best ways to join the effort to solve hunger is not by writing a check, but by making a decision.
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Sally Munk’s Story: A Passion for Food and People
In the depths of the Great Depression, the destitute would go from house to house looking for scraps of food, maybe an apple or a heel of bread passed through the door. When beggars came to the door of their Springport farmhouse, Sally Munk remembered, her mother would give them an ultimatum: leave hungry or join the family at the table for dinner. …
Read about how Sally’s experiences as a girl growing up during the Depression and how her love of cooking and entertaining influenced her decision to give a portion of her IRA to the Food Bank. Sally’s Story