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With COVID-19 continuing to spread, and millions of Americans still out of work, one of the nation's most urgent problems has only grown worse: hunger.
In communities across the country, the lines at food pantries are stretching longer and longer, and there's no clear end in sight. Before the pandemic, the number of families experiencing food insecurity — defined as a lack of consistent access to enough food for an active, healthy life — had been steadily falling. But now, as economic instability and a health crisis takes over, new estimates point to some of the worst rates of food insecurity in the United States in years.
Even before the pandemic hit, some 13.7 million households, or 10.5% of all U.S. households, experienced food insecurity at some point during 2019, according to data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. That works out to more than 35 million Americans who were either unable to acquire enough food to meet their needs, or uncertain of where their next meal might come from, last year.
As part of TD's Employee Giving Campaign, we are pledging to "hit the pavement" and raise funds to benefit Rise Against Hunger, an organization dedicated to growing a global movement to end hunger by empowering communities, nourishing lives and responding to emergencies.
Visit www.riseagainsthunger.org to learn more about how Rise Against Hunger makes a difference in our communities.
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