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With help from community, Food Bank feeds half a million each year

How volunteers, food donors and hunger-relief agencies help Feeding America West Michigan solve hunger.
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Video produced by Steve Secor and the Will Play For Food Foundation.

Feeding America West Michigan relies on volunteers to gather, sort and send out food to people in need.

Feeding America West Michigan relies on volunteers to gather, sort and send out food to people in need. /Feeding America West Michigan

Each year Feeding America West Michigan Food Bank provides food to half a million people in West Michigan and the Upper Peninsula. Volunteers, farmers, grocery stores and fellow hunger-relief nonprofits are all key to that effort. Watch this new video to find out how it all comes together.

To learn how you can get involved in the effort to solve hunger in our community, visit feedingamericawestmichigan.org

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