The Board of Directors for SFS Nutritional Reads.org is committed to promoting simple ways through our nutritional literacy programs to provide access to nutritional education. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31835678/
This is an extraordinary time that Covid-19 has caused food lines of those faced with sudden food insecurity into the headlines on our nation’s news programs, online media and captions in our newspapers.
Daily update of Covid-19 in TN https://www.tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov.html
Now more than ever, it is clear that food insecurity can happen to anyone, any day, anytime.
SFS Nutritional Reads.org, a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit that advocates for those who depend on and frequent food pantries, continues it’s work of providing much needed nutritional education. Before this pandemic, the demographic we serve was a somewhat forgotten, even marginalized group but, this new reality of Covid-19 has made the service provided by food pantries and food banks in your local communities throughout the United States even more necessary.
Please remember when this pandemic subsides, and things return to our new normal. There are those of us out there for which food insecurity is a 365-day reality.
Get involve, donate or become a volunteer in your local community. We need your help!
America has been overcome by a very contagious and invisible virus: COVID—19.
Our new reality is self quarantine, social distancing and learning that our everyday lives have changed within days.
Businesses and schools are closed, sporting events have been cancelled. Social gatherings are no longer recommended. Therefore, due to the unforeseen in the coming near future, our
organization’s chosen demographic many who are medically fragile), those that depend on and frequent food pantries. This demographic has been and will continue to be impacted with unparalleled circumstances.
Food insecurity has always been a social conundrum. Now, we have a marginalized demographic of those that are suffering from food insecurity that are at even more risk.
In the reality of this virus outbreak, our organization, has adopted a local supportive housing complex of 48 residents, many who are medically fragile and elderly. Many of which have depended on and frequented a local food pantry twice weekly.
In the last two weeks our organization has donated food, face masks, fruit and our support to this complex. Now we would like to ask for your help.
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To create, publish and distribute as a community outreach program – cookbooks, pamphlets, brochures and other educationally nutritional resources (free of charge), to those that frequent Food Pantries. Our organization a 501 (c) (3), advocates for the right to be informed, the need for nutritional education, along with supporting those that feed those that struggle with food insecurity.
Health is about balancing nutritional literacy with physical activity!
Help us bring Adult Trikes to seniors in need of transportation to their local food pantry in South Knoxville. Read more about our partnership here.
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