Food bank

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Volunteers pass out food items from a food pantry run by Feeding America

A food bank is a non-profit, charitable organization that gives away food to those who have hard time buying enough to avoid hunger. While a it is a popular organization, many critics believe it would cause a welfare crisis.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. Graham Riches (1986). "passim, see esp. Models of Food Banks". Food banks and the welfare crisis. Lorimer. ISBN 0888103638.