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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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Spring 2019 Newsletter

Apr 18, 2019 | Newsletters

You're providing a healthy Start for struggling Families

The fresh food and produce you help provide helps jean's Grankids thrive. Jean worked the night shift at a nursing home in Mitchell for 31 years before retiring to take in three young grandchildren. Now, at 71, she is struggling to raise them on her own, and has learned first-hand how hard it is to make ends meet on a limited fixed income. Learn more about Jean's Story in our Spring Newsletter.

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Winter Newsletter 2019

Feb 25, 2019 | Newsletters


When the going got tough for this South Dakota senior, your support sustained her. Deloris knows what it’s like to be dealt a difficult hand. The 71-year-old former casino manager has suffered more than her fair share of tragedy in recent years, having lost her son and husband in quick succession.

“I never take more than I know I’ll need, and I so appreciate that it’s here.” —Deloris

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Holiday 2018 Newsletter

Nov 02, 2018 | Newsletters

Holidays are the Toughest on Families

For Lonnie and his family, the food you help provide is a gift of hope.

Lonnie has lived in South Dakota most of his life and is proudly raising his family in Sioux Falls. For many years, times were good. Lonnie worked hard at the local Children’s Hospital, and his wife worked full-time to provide for their two young children. Lonnie and his family's life took a turn for the worse when a sudden heart attack caused Lonnie to stop working. Before he could fully recover, he was also diagnosed with cancer. To take care of Lonnie and the family, his wife quit her job, and the family has struggled to make ends meet ever since.

“I thank you from the bottom of my heart.” - Lonnie

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Summer 2018 Newsletter

Jul 20, 2018 | Newsletters


Vicki has never been one to shy away from the burden of responsibility. She attacks daily challenges with fierce determination — knowing all the while that people depend on her. In better times, she’s  even shared surplus food from her refrigerator with neighborhood kids in need.

"Kindhearted provider does it all, thanks to you. Your generosity saw Vicki’s family through troubled times". - Vicki

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Spring Newsletter 2018

Apr 11, 2018 | Newsletters


Hunger is sometimes hard to see on the surface. Matthew and Evelyn both work—Evelyn in retail, Matthew as a restaurant manager—and they own a home. But the two jobs just aren’t enough.

“ It’s helping us get by. Our house payments just keep going up.” —MATTHEW

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Winter Newsletter 2018

Jan 19, 2018 | Newsletters



As winter winds whip through the northern plains, many South Dakotans face a devastating choice:  should they pool their limited resources toward heating the house for another month? Or should they buy groceries for the family? It’s a sad truth that oftentimes, both options aren’t possible.

You have the power to change that, through your ongoing support of Feeding South Dakota! Thanks to you, hungry men, women, children, and families won’t have to choose between wholesome meals and a toasty-warm home this winter. That’s because every dollar you give to Feeding South Dakota provides four meals for hungry neighbors


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