Food insecurity is a much greater problem than most Georgians would ever imagine. Carla Harward, an attorney who retired and moved to Trion several... 1 in 6 children in Georgia aren’t sure where next meal coming from

Food insecurity is a much greater problem than most Georgians would ever imagine. Carla Harward, an attorney who retired and moved to Trion several years ago, took it on herself to do something about the combination of food waste in schools and making sure that children across the state don’t go hungry. An estimated one in six children across Georgia, more than 400,000, are considered food insecure, according to Harward.

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