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SPRING VALLEY – Food pantries were originally intended to fill the gap when households were out of food and resources due to an emergency.
“Emergency situations are now less than half of our client load,” said Jan Martin, director of Project Success which operates the Hall Township Food Pantry. “We are serving more working poor households whose income does not stretch to cover food expenses, seasonally employed households, older adults living on fixed incomes, as well as households who are temporarily homeless.”
Martin said long-term unemployment, and more frequently, underemployment continue to force people with jobs to seek food assistance.
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