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    Look at this beautiful card made by a FISH customer: "My name is Roger. I am 61 years of age, and very blessed to be alive. Two years ago I had a stroke which left me with an illness that caused me to lose my job and go into early retirement. Soon to find out that my retirement check was not going to be enough to keep up with my bills, even after cutting back on many things. I just want to say I personally am ever so grateful for the help of the hardworking volunteers at FISH Food Banks. They have helped me and continue to help to be able to make ends meet so much easier. At some time in the near future I plan to hopefully repay back some of that kindness by volunteering myself again. Thank you to everyone involved. You truly are a God's Blessing."

    Roger, thank you. You are a treasure. It is our privilege to serve you and all families in Pierce County who need help. View All »

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        FISH Food Banks provide NOURISHING food!

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        40% of FISH Clients are Children 18 and Younger

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        Bates Nursing Students Harvest Produce for FISH

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        Volunteer Huddle at Edgewood Community FISH

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        Mobile Food Bank in Action!

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      Who Are The Hungry?
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      40% of FISH clients are children ages 18 and younger. 1 in 4 kids in Washington lives in a household that struggles to put food on the table. Summertime is hungry time: we rank 40th out of 50 states in reaching low-income children with summer nutrition. This is our call to action!
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      The Working Poor

      Some experts believe that "poverty" is being rebranded as "hunger" so we are not forced to deal with larger systemic issues, such as people not earning a living wage, reduced employment opportunities, the rising cost of goods and services as compared with stagnant or reduced incomes. 
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      The fastest growing group among FISH clients is people over 55. Many were downsized in the recession and have been unable to find new employment. Seniors are often also dealing with lack of transportation, functional limitations or health problems. 
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