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Feeding a Young Family in Kentucky

Field Report by Operation Blessing

Katrina loves being a stay-at-home mom. Unfortunately, it has not been easy for her family during the COVID pandemic. Like others, they were in need of hunger relief in Kentucky. Her husband Nathan is a truck mechanic in Mayfield, Kentucky. He worries about losing his job every day amidst the unpredictable economic climate created by the pandemic. His family faces food insecurity, a situation where they do not have a reliable consistent source of healthy food. Financial shortages often contribute to a situation where food insecurity can occur. Those who are struggling, like Katrina and Nathan, often have to choose between paying the rent or buying food. A terrible choice no one should ever have to make.

Thankfully, Katrina heard about a food distribution at Operation Blessing partner Calvary Cumberland Presbyterian Church. This food pantry is just one of many helping people in need. This one is supplied by the generous donations of Operation Blessing partners like you. These supplies of food help ease the burden for families like Katrina and Nathan’s. Katrina visited the distribution and received bags of groceries that were a “godsend” during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thanks to YOU, Katrina and Nathan can rest easy knowing they will not go hungry due to financial insecurity. Thank you for providing a young couple with hunger relief in Kentucky! Find out more about how your partnership and kindness feeds families in serious need.

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