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Emergency Food Network



Emergency Food Network (EFN) is here in to make sure no person goes hungry. Currently 1 in 7 people in Pierce County faces food insecurity, and the need is always growing. Through our 76 partner programs and food pantries, EFN distributed nearly 20 million dollars worth of food 2018 alone. 14,500 hours of time given by our volunteers made this work possible. Volunteer opportunities include the Repack Project, Break Bags, weeding at EFN's Mother Earth Farm, and more. We hope you will join us!
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