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Joyce held off on visiting a food pantry for as long as she could. She’s received support in the form of Christmas gifts and school supplies for her kids from her local YMCA, but there’s something about accepting food that feels different.
Because the school was so far, many of the younger children in the community just didn’t attend – the distance was too far. Parents would keep their children at home until they felt the kids were strong enough to endure the long walk.
Healthy eating is a privilege. And like all privileges, how much of it a person can enjoy depends on several different factors. In this case, distance from a grocery store, access to transportation and (of course) money all impact how easy it is for someone to eat well.
“I had lost everyone, because of the habit I developed. And so, I felt like I had no other option, but just to give the Lord a chance.”
This is why her mom puts a big emphasis on getting Naifath to school each day – the school provides lunch for free, thanks to donors like you.
Making lemonade out of lemons – Lily was always trying to make lemonade, but she had so many lemons, life seemed to overwhelm her and her family. It got so bad that Lily and her children ended up homeless.