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Is cholesterol bad for you? Many people would think the answer is obvious: Yes! But it’s actually more complicated than that. As part of our sequence on Heart Health, the senior participants in Health 360 learned about the connection between cholesterol and heart disease. There are three main highlights: Where does it come from? Our

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The Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) gets youth across the city into summertime positions that build their leadership skills and professional experience. There are 12 SYEP participants at the Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger this year. They help serve customers in our pantry and office, unload food deliveries, and maintain our urban garden plots. The youth

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The Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger continues to bring healthy food to community members in Coney Island, as part of our ongoing Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts. With children at home over the summer, families are under pressure to provide more meals. Many rely upon us to meet their nutritional needs. We are now closer to achieving this

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The Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger served over 30,000 individuals in both May and June, showing an astounding  surge in demand for our services. Federal cuts to SNAP (food stamps) benefits will go into effect in November. This will likely result in even greater numbers of visitors to pantries and soup kitchens across the city, as needy families

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This past Saturday, July 6th, several community nonprofits gathered for a day of kickball, three-legged races, and balloon tosses. These ‘Hunger Games’ were all part of an event to support the Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger. All told, community members were able to collect 400 nonperishable items for our food pantry, all during a day of

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The Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger has introduced an innovative program that includes giving senior citizens free sub-irrigated planters to grow vegetables right in their backyards. Designed and implemented with Feedback Farms and built by BSCAH’s very own Green Teens using recycled materials, these planters are growing kale, peppers, tomatoes, herbs, and just about any other

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