Every week, leaders from some of the largest anti-hunger organizations and other nonprofits responding to the Covid-19 crisis get together by Zoom to compare notes: How many people have our efforts fed? How many more families will we need to reach? What obstacles will we still need to address? This collaborative effort is a marvel of social entrepreneurship and nonprofit persistence, and we should be proud. But it is also an infuriating, disgraceful reminder that millions of Americans must depend on this patchwork system to provide their families the food that could mean the difference between sickness and health.
Source: cnn news