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Robert Flournoy / Comments

Robert Flournoy
Robert Flournoy  (over 1 year ago)

Orange County has the 3rd highest population in the state of California at
approx. 3,055, 745 residents*. *(Source: US Census Bureau Release Date: April 2012)
30.4% of Orange County Households are unable to meet their basic
needs, 90.9% of these households are working families.
1 in 8 Orange County residents face food insecurity, including
1 in 5 children.
Enrollment in Food Stamp programs in Orange County increased 37% in
2010, demonstrating the need for affordable and nutrious foods.
391,380, or 13.1%, of Orange County residents face food insecurity.
Of those residents, about 41% are not qualified for SNAP or other governmental
nutrion program.
33.7% (211,000) of low‐income households in Orange County experience
hunger at least once a day.

Robert Flournoy
Robert Flournoy  (over 1 year ago)

We are working diligently to raise money to buy fresh produce from our local farmers to feed our low income families through fund raising. For more information on what we do in the community please visit www.loavesandfishesx10.com