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Rising Inflation Impacts Food Bank, Resulting in Decreased Monetary Donations
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Rising Inflation Impacts Food Bank, Resulting in Decreased Monetary Donations

The pressing issue of rising inflation is affecting the Emergency Food Bank and the nonprofit sector as a whole. As inflation rates reach unprecedented levels, many charitable organizations
including the Food Bank are experiencing a significant decrease in monetary donations, jeopardizing our ability to provide essential services to those in need.

With the cost of living increasing, individuals and families are facing higher expenses for everyday items, from groceries to utilities. This financial strain has led many potential donors to reduce or eliminate their
charitable contributions.

The decline in donations is having a profound impact on the Food Bank, which is already operating on tight budgets, putting services at risk. As more San Joaquin County residents face financial hardships due to
inflation, the demand for Food Bank services is rising.

"Inflation is stretching our resources to the limit," says Leonard Hansen, CEO of the Emergency Food Bank. "We are seeing an unprecedented need for our services, but with donations down, we are struggling to find the funds to keep our programs running. The support of our community has never been more crucial."

 

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