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News - December 21, 2018

With record demand, food bank's funding falls short

Second Harvest says donations dropped $1.1M from last year

by Kevin Forestieri

It's turning into an annual problem — despite the booming local economy, Bay Area food banks are again dealing with the double whammy of too many hungry mouths to feed and not enough money to help them all.

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