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In 2017, resolve to help us end hunger and food insecurity

Too many families in Southeastern Connecticut go without a warm, bountiful meal on holidays. But it’s also true that they struggle every single day of the year to put food on the table for their family. In fact, according the United Way ALICE Report, about one-third of all households in New London County are struggling every day to make ends meet, even when working a full-time job.

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United Way Offering Agency Bus Tours, New Dates Announced

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Updated ALICE Report: 4 out of 10 Families in Connecticut Struggle to Pay for Basic Needs

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