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“Thank you. Without y’all I don’t know what we’d do.”

Jeff and Kim have worked their whole lives, rarely needing anyone to depend on. Then misfortune struck.

Jeff, once a cable company lineman, suffered consecutive heart attacks. Kim, an office assistant and bookkeeper, broke her back after slipping on black ice.

Caring for Kim’s mother, their two children, and two grandchildren — all living under one roof—became impossible. Food stamps weren’t enough. The family needed another lifeline.

“Inflation is tough,” says Kim. “Prices are beyond what we can afford.”

“It’s been bad this past year,” Jeff adds. “We didn’t know what we were going to do.”

The couple arrived at one of our mobile distribution sites in Springville in search of hope. They found that and more when smiling staff and volunteers greeted them and offered their help — a reminder that no one successfully navigates life alone.

“This past year, we didn’t think we were going to be able to celebrate the holidays,” Kim reflects. Now, with a little help from neighbors like you, Kim says they will. “Thank you,” Kim continues, “Without y’all, I don’t know what we’d do.”

Chaque dollar que vous donnez aide à fournir au moins 4 repas à des familles dans le besoin grâce à Second Harvest.

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