Download Our 2021 Annual Report Mobilizing Our Mission was the theme for 2021, and because of this, Feeding Medina County’s staff and board committed to making it easier for families in need all over Medina County to find and access our services. Luckily, an additional
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Approximately 230 people attended the Our Bountiful Table: 10 Years of Feeding Medina County Together gala on March 12. Medina Gazette Article
Download Our 2020 Annual Report What a year it has been! The COVID-19 pandemic shed a new light on food insecurity and the importance of hunger relief organizations across our nation, and at home here in Medina County. The support of our local businesses, community
Feeding Medina County continues to follow the CDC guidance regarding Covid-19 and the use of masks. Masks will be required for all staff and volunteers when the level of community transmission is high (red) in Medina County. As of August 7, 2021, all staff, volunteers
Katy Fuerst has been named new executive director of Feeding Medina County. https://medina-gazette.com/news/244083/feeding-medina-county-names-new-director/
Feeding Medina County was featured on FOX 8 News segment Cleveland’s Own Helping Clevleand’s own.
A society must be judged by how it treats its most vulnerable—and most valuable—members: its children. The State of America’s Children 2020 makes it abundantly clear that by this measure, America is falling shamefully short.
Over 25 million Americans aged 60+ are economically insecure—living at or below 250% of the federal poverty level (FPL) ($29,425 per year for a single person). These older adults struggle with rising housing and health care bills,
In America, 1 in 7 children struggle with hunger, and there may be millions of kids across the country who are not getting the nourishment their bodies need. We chatted with Christina Martinez, program manager of children and families at Feeding America, to better understand