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Fighting Hunger One Bowl at a Time ! 3 rd Annual Chelsea Empty Bowls April 24 th, 2014 By Chelsea Hunger Network
In 2012, 11.4% of Massachusetts households—over 700,000 adults and children—were food insecure.
Project Bread’s Food Source Hotline received over 46,000 calls from individuals looking for assistance in 2013.
As of October 2013, there were 501,212 MA households participating in SNAP. This number continues to grow.
Over 200,000 children in Massachusetts have a parent that earns less than $11 per hour.
The rate of food insecurity in Massachusetts rose almost 40% during the Great Recession (2008-2012). It is now almost 80% higher than in 2000.
Emmanuel College art students lending a hand by applying the final glaze to bowls decorated by Chelsea’s community artists and then firing them in their kilns.
Chelsea Community Funds donation to Chelsea Hunger Network
MGH Chelsea Food Pantry St. Lukes Church Food Pantry
Children make up 45% of all SNAP recipients.
Bowl Painting at the The Neighborhood Developers
According to Share Our Strength, there is an average 17.5% increase in standardized math scores from students who consistently start their day with a healthy meal.
100% of funds raised at this event go to the local food pantries and soup kitchens.
Chelsea Hunger Network
EXPANDING SCHOOL BREAKFAST PARTICIPATION Jessie Hewins Child Nutrition Policy Analyst Food Research and Action Center
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