Hunger is rising on Cape Cod. This holiday season, here’s how you can help.
The COVID-19 pandemic upended the table that so many Cape Codders had neatly laid their lives upon.
The cost of living on Cape Cod was already high, and many year-round residents were cobbling together their finances with a handful of jobs. With so many in-person industries crippled by the pandemic, budgets are stretched thinner and thinner, leaving many families food insecure.
Read the rest of this article by Senator Julian Cyr & Barnstable County Food Access Coordinator Andrea Marczely on the Cape Cod Reopening Task Force website.