The Feed Evansville Mobile Program has helped provide free produce to many people in the community like Pamela Ande, who says she is beyond grateful for the program.
"They've always brought my food to me and so that was really nice of them," said Ande. "It helps a lot of people that don't have much you know, and they don't get much income so it really helps out."
The program's main goal over the last several months, is to bring the resources right to the door step of low income neighborhoods.
Due to a lack in funding, They now plan to step away from going into neighborhoods and focus on ways to improve food insecurity throughout the community
Feed Evansville Chair, Lisa Vaughan, says the goal is to dig deeper, finding ways to continue to help the community.
"We're going to be focusing more on programming, systematic changes, policy, bringing more of the food programming all together in collaboration," said Vaughan. "and so it's hard to do that and hand food out at the same time."
Vaughan says although the visits to neighborhoods will slow down, the program is not going away.
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