Greenwood Walmart Donates Cash to ‘Meat’ the Need Program
The Greenwood Walmart store recently gave Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry $2,500 for its “Meat” the Need program.
According to the Daily Journal, the money will be used to help the organization pay processing fees for about 1,900 pounds of donated meat in Johnson County. The meat will then be distributed to area hunger relief agencies and provide almost 7,400 meals to residents in need.
In the last five years, Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry have helped to distribute almost 540,000 pounds of meat to Indiana food banks an provide over 2.1 million meals to Hoosiers in need, the newspaper said.
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