FALLS CHURCH, Va. — If Food For All has learned one thing over the last two decades, it is to go with the flow and stay focused on the mission at hand. Along the way, the nonprofit food-relief organization has witnessed famine in developing countries, the 9/11 terrorist attack, a tsunami and several destructive hurricanes. Now Food For All, which supports hundreds of designated charities each year through its supermarket-sponsored fund-raisers, may be facing its most formidable challenge ...
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