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1 in 10 Massachusetts residents experiences hunger.

There are local solutions: food pantries, meal programs, farm and garden initiatives, food rescue, health center hunger prevention, community supported agriculture, and child nutrition programs.

Every year, Massachusetts walks to fund them. This is the 50th Celebration—May 6, 2018.

Will you make hunger history? Join the movement. Create change. Walk for Hunger.

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Top Individuals

  1 -  Saadia Ali ($5,236.00)
  2 -  Mark Sternman ($1,698.16)
  3 -  Todd Rivers ($725.00)
  4 -  Maureen Gadomski ($690.00)
  5 -  John Jayne ($600.00)
  6 -  Jamie Yadoff ($500.00)
  7 -  David Ambach ($500.00)
  8 -  Carolann Collins ($465.00)
  9 -  Liz Haas ($400.00)
  10 -  Harry Proudfoot ($375.00)

Top Teams

  1 -  CC Cares ($765.00)
  2 -  Picis ($705.00)
  3 -  Vitality Force ($690.00)
  4 -  We Have Pierce Pride ($550.00)
  5 -  Walking with Jane ($375.00)
  6 -  Seek Serve Share ($350.00)
  7 -  Anti-Hunger Stroller Patrol ($338.00)
  8 -  School Nutrition Association of MA ($280.00)
  9 -  Lew Beck Team ($250.00)
  10 -  TEAM IGNATIUS ($200.00)

Top Organizations

  1 - Lockelord LLP ($725.00)
  2 - Picis High Acuity Solutions ($705.00)
  3 - Public Schools of Brookline ($550.00)
  4 - Carter Memorial UMC ($350.00)
  5 - Project Bread ($343.00)
  6 - School Nutrition Association of MA ($280.00)
  7 - The Paulist Center: Home of Wed. Night Supper Club ($150.00)
  8 - Santarpio's Pizza ($50.00)
  9 - RAchels Table ($50.00)
  10 - DealerScience ($35.00)

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