Hunger Task Force helping La Crosse residents keep food on their plates
LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) – A drive-up food distribution is helping people in La Crosse keep food on their plates.
The distribution took place Wednesday morning at the Hunger Task Force’s La Crosse warehouse.
Frozen food, produce, dairy, bread, meat and pet food was available.
“There is people that are in need. And so we are going to continue to provide food boxes doing the drive up style,” said Hunger Task Force executive director Shelly Fortner.
Staff from Kwik Trip and City National Bank volunteered during Wednesday’s distribution.
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