Real Story: Frank Ellison

March 2, 2010 § Leave a comment

Frank Ellison, CAFB client at the Rosewood-Zaragosa Neighborhood Center, shares while he waits in line at a Fresh Food for Families distribution:

“There’s a lot of poor people that ain’t got nothing. Ain’t got nowhere to sleep. You can see them on a lot of street corners. This [food pantry] helps a lot of people. They don’t get but a little social security and they need something else to help out.  If you’re on a fixed income you have to find some kind of place where you can get some help on your light bills. It’s rough.”

Learn more about hunger in Central Texas, and what you can do about it at HungerisUNacceptable.com

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