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Drought Hurts Food Bank Donations
Capital Area Food Bank in Washington D.C., has experienced a 38% decrease in donations this year. Volunteers are trying to compensate by trying purchase additional food and substitute usual food items with cheaper ones

Eagle Scout Helps Plant Fruit Trees For Georgia Food Bank
Lee Dix, an Eagle Scout and other scouts, planted 33 fruit trees and blueberry bushes for the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia. The project costs were donated

El Monte Plans New Construction For Affordable Housing For Veterans
The city has started construction on the $12.1 million housing project. The 41 unit complex with have a support services coordinator, vocational training and job placement programs. Affordable housing for veterans is always in demand in the region.

El Monte Veterans Housing Receives Financing
The housing for formerly homeless veterans will have forty supportive housing units that are permanent. Los Angeles County still has high numbers of homeless veterans compared to other counties throughout the country

Elderly Homeless Population Growing At Fast Rate
Homelessness people age 65 and older are projected to increase nationwide by thirty-three percent by 2020. By 2050, according to a report done by the National Alliance to End Homelessness in 2010, the elder homeless rate will have doubled

Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) Computer Problem In 10 States
The computer problem prevented people from using their EBT (food stamps) cards at stores has been fixed. The problem occurred from 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. JPMorgan is the company that runs the program

Emergency and Homeless Shelters Will Raise A White Flag When Freezing Weather Is Expected
When temperatures are going to be freezing or below, a white flag will hang outside the Fayetteville's Salvation Army Corps Community Center and Operation Inasmuch. The organizations hope to bring indoors as many homeless individuals as possible to relieve suffering during harsh weather conditions.

Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Awards Counties Over $150,000
Butte and Glenn counties in California will receive the funding. Non-profit organizations homeless shelters or emergency shelter governmental units are eligible for receiving the funding

Enchanted Makeovers Transforms Homeless Shelters For Women And Children
This nonprofit organization is nationally recognized for transforming homeless long-term stay shelters for women and children into beautiful places that will encourage psychological and behavioral changes so those in need can rebuild their lives

Erie County Has A Homelessness Epidemic
The number of homeless people living on the streets in Erie County is staggering. And their survival stories are simply heart wrenching. The county has limited beds and that is why they are experiencing a crisis

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