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As school districts across Northeast Mississippi close their doors for days and weeks, there are a number of unintended consequences, like parents struggling to find childcare and challenges with online instruction.

Restructuring the narrative around food security and community development, informing clients on SNAP eligibility and educating attendees on how to advocate for food security policy were among several topics discussed at the North Mississippi Food Security Meeting Tuesday.

The summer is stacking up for the Tupelo/Lee County Hunger Coalition. By the end of next week, the Coalition’s Break Box will have distributed 855 supplemental boxes for children who rely on free and reduced meals during the school year.

The community has stepped up to help the Tupelo/Lee County Hunger Coalition provide supplemental food for students and their families this summer.

A north Mississippi group is gearing up for a summer nutrition program to help needy families.

Tupelo/Lee County Hunger Coalition is gearing up for the summer.

To help kids who would go without during summer break, the Tupelo/Lee Hunger Coalition aims to raise $20,000 by May 28.

Too often, we forget about the large number of people living in our community who struggle to get enough food to eat on a daily basis.