"This is the first food I've eaten all day."

Your support helps Feed America First provide food to over 200 partner agencies across Middle TN. Read more about one of our partner agencies in McMinnville who gives away groceries and also cooks fresh meals for their neighbors in need every Friday. Sometimes, this is the first meal their visitors have eaten that day. Also in this issue - Dancing With The Nashville Stars, our annual fundraising banquet, is just a few days away!

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We need your help with our Hurricane Florence disaster relief efforts!

Those affected by Hurricane Florence need our help - and we can't do it without you! Read inside about our disaster relief efforts and how you can help. Also in this issue: The Stacy B. Windrow 5k raised enough to provide over 100,000 meals for our neighbors in need! And, meet the celebrity dancers in our 2018 Dancing With The Nashville Stars banquet!

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How this community came together to help their neighbors in need

 What started as a desire to help feed kids in need, turned into a whole community coming together to help feed anyone and everyone who needed help. Read this incredible story in our latest issue of Breaking Bread! Also: The Stacy B. Windrow 5k benefiting Feed America First is right around the corner!

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"This is MORE than help!"

 Irla had absolutely no food in her house and had no idea how she was going to feed her kids. Then, she heard about one of our partner agencies and stopped by for food. "It was like Heaven came down!" she said. Read more inside about how much your support of Feed America First helps our neighbors in need!

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Our Hurricane Irma disaster relief efforts continue!

 Our Hurricane Irma disaster relief efforts continue! Read inside about how your support helped hundreds of families in Ft. Myers, FL, including Stephanie who is still getting back on her feet after she and her kids had to stay in a shelter for a month after the hurricane. Also in this issue: The 'Boro Buggy Bash, a fun new event, is right around the corner!

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"Because of this food, I'm able to afford my husband's medicine."

Because of your support, women like Sheila don't have to worry about how they will feed her granddaughter or buy her husbands medicine. You're there to help set their dinner table! Also in this issue, our golf tournament raised enough for 750,000 meals! And the 'Boro Buggy Bash was rescheduled to Saturday, September 8th!

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"I lost everything, but God keeps giving back."

Mary Chandler lost everything during Hurricane Harvey - she is raising 4 of her grandkids on her own, and they all had to be rescued by boat. We recently met her at our most recent disaster relief trip to Beaumont, TX. Click below to read more about Mary and our disaster relief efforts! Also in this issue: Introducing the 'Boro Buggy Bash!

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"We ate pinto beans for two weeks. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner."

Pearl and her family are no strangers to struggle. With car wrecks, her husband's recent Alzheimer's diagnosis, and a grandson with critical conditions who has to be tube fed every day, groceries are the last thing they can afford. But thanks to your support of Feed America First, Pearl and her family don't have to worry about going hungry! Also in this issue... what in the world is the 'Boro Buggy Bash?!

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You provided Aubrelynn with dessert on her 4th birthday!

March1.pngIt was Aubrelynn's 4th birthday when she and her mom visited one of our partner agencies to receive groceries. They were also able to pick up a birthday dessert! Aubrelynn's mom is a single mom and said she wouldn't have been able to afford a birthday cake otherwise. Thanks to your support, it was you who brightened Aubrelynn's 4th birthday! Also in this issue: Join us Saturday, March 10th for a community volunteer day! Read more inside!

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Meet Trish, who is still struggling with the aftermath of Hurricane Irma

Feb1.pngOur disaster relief efforts continue! We met Trish in FL after our most recent trip to distribute food and supplies to those affected by Hurrican Irma. Trish's granddaughter was tragically murdered by a foster father and she is now determined to keep all her grandkids together, no matter the cost. She is still struggling with basic necessities, as well as issues with Hurricane Irma such as mold due to flooding. But thanks to your support of our disaster relief efforts, we were able to take food to FL and help feed Trish and countless others.

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