AMARILLO, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) — The High Plains Food Bank is asking for help in fighting hunger during this coronavirus pandemic.
They have established a disaster relief fund called “Nourish the Panhandle.”
They hope to raise $500,000 to help with immediate and long-term needs caused by COVID-19
Currently, it is feeding more children due to school closures and have a goal of making 2,000 grab and go meals daily.
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