Author Archives: Dorothy Hernandez

Study Shows How Low-Income American Families Shop, Cook and Eat on a Budget (PART 2 of 2)

This is part two of a two-part blog from Dorothy Hernandez on the Share Our Strength study: “It’s Dinnertime: A Report on Low-Income Families’ Efforts to Plan, Shop for and Cook Healthy Meals.” Another important aspect of the national study, … Continue reading

Study Shows How Low-Income American Families Shop, Cook and Eat on a Budget (PART 1 of 2)

This is part one of a two-part blog from Dorothy Hernandez on the Share Our Strength study: “It’s Dinnertime: A Report on Low-Income Families’ Efforts to Plan, Shop for and Cook Healthy Meals.” Part two will appear next week. Growing … Continue reading

Paper Plates Symbolize Need for Feeding Programs, Public Safety Net

Gleaners Community Food Bank, in collaboration with other food banks across the state, just completed a Paper Plate Campaign, collecting 400 plates to present in Washington, D.C. as budget negotiations come to a head. Ariana Riegel, our Lutheran Volunteer Corps … Continue reading