United Way and Elanco: Fighting Hunger Together
For the nearly 800 million people around the world who do not have enough to eat, an upcoming meal is more likely to produce anxiety. Limited or uncertain access to nutrition – or “food insecurity,” as experts refer to it – affects more than just those sitting at the dinner table, however. It affects all of us.
A strong community depends upon an educated, productive workforce, yet hungry children struggle to learn in school, and hungry adults can’t perform well on the job. It’s a challenge that no single organization can solve alone. Fortunately, we don’t have to.