Pantry aims at reducing hunger



Anchor House Family Assistance Center is seeking the community’s support to raise food and cash donations to participate in a national challenge to fight hunger.

For every dollar or pound of food donated or pledged in March and April for the Feinstein Challenge, Anchor House will receive up to $35,000 in cash.

The opportunity is too good to pass up, said Deb Bedwell, executive director of Anchor House, Jackson County’s homeless family shelter and food pantry.

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