FALLS CHURCH, Va. — Now in the third decade of its crusade against hunger, Food For All is constantly challenged. The organization faces a consolidating food industry, its main source of funding, and competition is fierce among other charities. Changes in ownership or new management at food retail companies can suddenly shift funding from one nonprofit to another. There are no guarantees when it comes to annual budgeting, said Denis R. Zegar, president and chief executive officer of the ...

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