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Congresswoman Sewell Hosts Holiday Food Giveaway in Wilcox Co.

From the West Alabama Newsroom– People in Wilcox County struggling through the pandemic — got a helping hand from Congresswoman Terri Sewell. Sewell held a drive thru food giveaway at Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist Church in the Alberta community Wednesday morning. More than 500 boxes of food were given out to help people feed their families. Sewell says its important…

Food Giveaway in Linden Includes Hundreds of Christmas Turkeys

From the West Alabama Newsroom– A Demopolis non-profit organization gave away hundreds of free Christmas turkeys to needy families in Marengo County. The Moore Wright Group is on a mission to break the cycle of poverty in Marengo County. The non-profit held a food giveaway Wednesday morning in Linden. The group passed out more than 19 tons of food —…

Over 20 Tons of Food Given Away to People in Selma

From the West Alabama Newsroom– More than twenty tons of food was given away to over a thousand people in Selma — to help them feed their families. Thirty pound boxes of food were handed out in a drive thru food giveaway Thursday morning — at Bloch Park. The food boxes included fresh fruit — vegetables — meat — milk…

Troy Business Owner Helps Give to Needy Families During Coronavirus Pandemic

Giving to those in need: A Pike County business owner partnered with the Montgomery Rescue Mission Wednesday morning to help feed people struggling from the coronavirus pandemic. One by one, dozens of cars lined up Highway 231 in Troy, waiting to get into Paradise Home Sales. “It means a whole lots to us in the time that we are going…

Two Organizations Team Up to Feed Hundreds This Christmas

Two organizations are doing their parts to help hundreds of hungry families in the river region this holiday season. When we think of Christmas, many of us think of spending time with family… usually over a Christmas dinner, exchanging presents and looking back on the year: Counting our blessings. But for hundreds of families here locally, that’s not a reality….