Did you know that more than 2,730 individuals struggle with hunger in Glacier County? Are you interested in learning more about food insecurity in Montana and Glacier County? Join the Montana Food Bank Network’s Community Conversation on Hunger in Montana and Glacier County!

Do you want to learn more about offeringSNAP outreach and application assistance at your office, school, church, or other location? Join us after the Community Conversation on Hunger to learn all you need to know!

The Community Conversation on Hunger will be held Thursday, Aug. 8, 1-2:45 p.m. at the Glacier County Library Meeting Room (located in the basement), 21 1st Ave. SE, Cut Bank. SNAP Application training will follow from  3-4 p.m.

Participants at the seminar will learn more about the following: 

•Hunger in Montana, including its prevalence, causes and consequences;

•Hunger in Glacier County, including results from a survey we conducted at Harvest Food Pantry in Cut Bank

 •The impacts of hunger on health and our economy.

Participants will also discuss local resources and challenges to accessing food for low-income residents, ways to address hunger in Montana and the important role that community members and stakeholders can play.

Anyone who is interested in learning more about hunger, contributing to the conversation, or taking steps to address hunger in Glacier County is invited to attend. The seminar will be presented by the Montana Food Bank Network.

RSVPs are appreciated. Please RSVP for the Community Conversation on Hunger, the SNAP application training, or both.

For more information or to RSVP, please contact Seanna Pieper-Jordan at (406) 215-1771 or spieperjor dan@mfbn.org.

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