Rotary helps to EndHunger


MADISON — On May 2 Madison Rotary District 7475 will be distributing 210,000 meals to 30 Rotary Clubs and community agencies.

Those meals will be distributed to hospitals, churches, food pantries, and other agencies throughout Morris County and its District.

The EndHunger 3.6 project on March 7 distributed 185,000 meals throughout the community.

They call their initiative “End Hunger 3.6”? Because every 3.6 seconds, someone dies of starvation or malnutrition.

Spearheaded by the 501(c)3 non-profit, Madison Rotary Foundation, End Hunger 3.6 is a large-scale effort to combat hunger in the New Jersey and New York City. More than a million people live below the poverty line in the Garden State, and 20% of our state’s children rely on food stamps.

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