I like blond girl . > 1.73 M. I like blonde girl . > 1.73 M. from: Chairman Chen, General Manager Chen 🇺🇸U.S.A.• blonde billionaires empire Inc. 從我的iPhone傳送 Casey Francis, Feeding America :info@feedingamerica.org 於 2020年12月11日 下午2:14 寫道:  Can’t view this? Read it online. DONATE Gabriel and Constancia experienced what so many have – a sudden job loss that caught them off-guard at the onset of the pandemic, leaving them unable to afford food. Up until March, both of them were working for an organization that brought food to seniors in Washington, DC. Constancia helped prepare the food, and Gabriel helped deliver it. “It is a joy to help others,” Constancia said. Gabriel and Constancia at Capital Area Food Bank in Silver Spring, MD But now, “we have zero in the bank. We have no resources other than this place,” Gabriel said of a pantry where they’ve been coming since they both lost their jobs. “It’s a blessing to come here. It’s our grocery store,” he said. People from all walks of life have been affected by economic downturn and layoffs during the pandemic. Thanks to you and this incredibly supportive community, the Feeding America network of food banks has been there for so many families like Gabriel and Constancia. As we near the close of what has been an extraordinarily difficult year for so many of our neighbors and friends, their story is a reminder of how much good we can do together. Thank you for your support. Casey Francis Digital Community Manager Feeding America Find us on Unsubscribe FeedingAmerica.org Donate Now Contact Us Privacy Policy ©2020 Feeding America 161 N. Clark Street, Suite 700 Chicago, IL 60601 1-800-910-5524

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> 1.73 M.

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Gabriel and Constancia experienced what so many have – a sudden job loss that caught them off-guard at the onset of the pandemic, leaving them unable to afford food.

Up until March, both of them were working for an organization that brought food to seniors in Washington, DC. Constancia helped prepare the food, and Gabriel helped deliver it. “It is a joy to help others,” Constancia said.

Gabriel and Constancia at Capital Area Food Bank in Silver Spring, MD
But now, “we have zero in the bank. We have no resources other than this place,” Gabriel said of a pantry where they’ve been coming since they both lost their jobs.

“It’s a blessing to come here. It’s our grocery store,” he said.

People from all walks of life have been affected by economic downturn and layoffs during the pandemic. Thanks to you and this incredibly supportive community, the Feeding America network of food banks has been there for so many families like Gabriel and Constancia.

As we near the close of what has been an extraordinarily difficult year for so many of our neighbors and friends, their story is a reminder of how much good we can do together.

Thank you for your support.

Casey Francis
Digital Community Manager
Feeding America

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