For its 25th anniversary, Food For All is returning to its roots. The nonprofit group, which began as a way for food retailers to raise money to combat hunger around the globe, now generates most of its funds for local charities in the U.S. But Food For All hopes to generate more revenues that can be used to fund its overseas operations. “We are gaining additional income that can fund more and more of our international programs, and that funding has been more and more difficult to come by ...
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