The grant provided by the Timken Company will pay to process about 775 pounds of donated large game and livestock – providing over 3,000 more meals through area hunger-relief agencies to residents in need within their communities,” said Treesh. In the last eight years, Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry has helped to distribute approximately 1.3 million pounds of meat to Indiana food banks, providing over 5.3 million meals to Hoosiers in need. “To date, we have 87 participating meat processors working throughout Indiana to aid us in our mission and to ensure residents in need are served,” shared Amber Zecca, Fund Development Director of Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry. “For St. Joseph County, we are partnering with Martin’s Custom Butchering, St. Joseph 4-H members (Meat Hunger program) and Food Bank of Northern Indiana, to ensure residents have access to this nutritious protein. Over the last year, this program has given almost 6,300 pounds of meat within St. Joseph County – providing over 25,000 meals!”
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