St. Pete Non-Profit Takes On Food Deserts with Community Support

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In the heart of St. Petersburg, a local non-profit is waging a war against food deserts, ensuring that fresh and healthy options reach every corner of the community. With millions of Americans grappling with limited access to nutritious foods, the battle against food deserts has become more urgent than ever. Enter Positive Impact, a beacon of hope striving to bridge the gap between hunger and abundance in St. Pete’s neighborhoods.

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It’s an honor and blessing to help meet our…

Publicado por Positive Impact Ministries en Jueves, 18 de abril de 2024

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Every week, Positive Impact serves approximately 700 families in the St. Petersburg area, providing them with much-needed groceries and essential items. The lack of nearby grocery stores, combined with the high prices at those available, makes it challenging for many families to put food on the table.

Positive Impact recognizes the growing need within the community, especially as inflation continues to rise. Despite their best efforts, Positive Impact acknowledges that they require more resources and volunteers to meet the increasing demand.

We are thankful for the opportunity to expand our reach and impact our community! We ❤️ our neighbors, and ST. PETE! 🙌

Publicado por Positive Impact Ministries en Miércoles, 10 de abril de 2024

In addition to receiving assistance, many recipients of Positive Impact’s aid pay it forward by helping others in need. Each Saturday, the Tangerine Plaza becomes a hub of hope, as Positive Impact continues to make a meaningful difference in the lives of St. Petersburg residents. If you’re interested in supporting their cause or volunteering, visit their website for more information.

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