Meeting focuses on collaborative efforts in fight against hunger


Participation in the Summer Meals Program at Riley Park increased by 20 percent this summer. Experts say that trend suggests hunger continues to be a problem in Hancock County. (Daily Reporter file photo)

GREENFIELD — Hancock County Hunger Summit III added another weapon to the ongoing fight against hunger in the community Tuesday with a proposal to explore a year-round coalition to address the issue.

About 40 of the county’s key players on hunger issues convened Tuesday at Hancock Regional Hospital to share victories and brainstorm new fronts to attack. This was the third summit on hunger in Hancock County, sponsored by United Way of Central Indiana and Hancock Regional Hospital.

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