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2021 Spring Newsletter

2021 Spring Newsletter

May 21, 2021 | Newsletters

Rishley Doesn't Know What She Would Do Without You

Life with three teenagers is challenging enough, considering the amount of food they eat and their busy social calendars. But then you throw in an unexpected pandemic and school closures, and having to provide snacks and meals while they’re at home all day, every day, it becomes downright tough. That is why Rishley is thankful for the support of Feeding South Dakota and friends like YOU.

"It means a lot, and I really appreciate the opportunity to be able to pick up extra food for my family."


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2021 Winter Newsletter

2021 Winter Newsletter

Feb 22, 2021 | Newsletters

Making the Best of a Difficult Situation

Jessica, a stay-at-home mom, has her hands full trying to care for her three children: ages six, four, and one. Adding another challenge into the mix is that her six-year-old son has cystic fibrosis. With only her husband working, the medical costs - and other household expenses - add up quickly.

"We have lots of medical bills and prescriptions... it seems like the dollars never go as far as they should."

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Fall Newsletter 2020 (Annual Report Special Edition)

Fall Newsletter 2020 (Annual Report Special Edition)

Dec 03, 2020 | Newsletters

Feeding a Family of Eight!

Feeding six hungry teenagers is tough enough … and even more so when you factor in the other challenges this family has faced due to health issues, unemployment, and the pandemic. But thanks to you, the Hilkemeier family has been able to get nourishing fruit, veggies, protein, and other essentials for their growing kids. 

"I want to thank you for all of the food you supply to the poeople in our area. My husband and I have 6 kids ages 11-18, and your trucks have made it so we have food throughout some of our hardest times."

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Spring Newsletter 2020

Jul 01, 2020 | Newsletters

Keeping Her Growing Family From Going Hungry

Corrine knows the constant struggle of trying to keep her large family fed. She is a stay-at-home mom and her husband works full-time, but sometimes the money he brings home simply isn’t enough to pay all their bills and buy food.

“We usually do pretty good, but this month he didn’t get enough hours and we needed a little extra help,” she said. “We’re not on food stamps or anything, so it definitely helps. This is just to get us by until we can catch up a bit.”

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Winter Newsletter 2020

Mar 04, 2020 | Newsletters

Showing Seniors They Haven’t Been Forgotten

Deborah and her husband are struggling in their senior years. In addition to health challenges, they rely solely on her husband’s disability income and it’s difficult to stretch their meager income to cover all their expenses.

Deborah and her husband are just one couple among the many seniors here in South Dakota who are struggling to get by on a limited income. Read more why your support is so important to ensure food gets to elderly men and women, as well as the children and families we serve. 

"Usually by the middle of the month we don’t have any money at all. Me and my husband wouldn’t be able to eat sometimes without your help."

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Fall Newsletter 2019

Nov 27, 2019 | Newsletters

Thanking Mother Earth for Food

Catherine never imagined she would have to make the hard choice between buying food or paying bills. But when she stopped working, money worries became a way of life.

Catherine is just one of the growing number of seniors who are struggling to keep food on the table. As our population continues to age, it’s more important than ever to ensure that these vulnerable men and women are not overlooked. Thank you for caring about our neighbors in need and giving generously to ensure no one in South Dakota goes hungry!

“I never thought that I was going to experience this. I wake up and try to figure out how I’m going to make it through the day.”

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Summer 2019 Newsletter

Jul 22, 2019 | Newsletters

Losing a Sister, Gaining a Family

Cheyenne’s world was turned upside down when her sister died, leaving behind two young children. Cheyenne packed up her own child and moved to Sioux Falls to adopt her sister’s kids.

She is now raising four kids under the age of 12. Though times were tough at first, Cheyenne soon found help caring for her blended family. To see how Feeding South Dakota assisted Cheyenne’s family when times were tough, read more.

“I was running out of food today. Being able to have this kind of resource is a lifesaver.” – Cheyenne

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