Feeding programs fill the need for hungry Augusta residents

Augusta’s need for these services could be greater than surrounding communities. According to 2017 data compiled by the Maine Center for Economic Policy, state House districts that include Augusta have a higher-than-average amount of households with food insecurity, which defined as not being able to “afford enough nutritious food on a regular basis.”

Click here to read the full story, published April 7, 2020, in the Kennebec Journal