DIRECTOR IN CHARGE OF FOOD BANK SAYS, FUNDING CUT OFF FOR FOOD BANKS AND GIVEN TO DHS- AND SAID IT WAS ON PURPOSE-HE EXPECTS RIOTS TO ENSUE

Hello Steve,
I am on the board for a major national non profit organization. A large component of our ministry is giving out food boxes to the needy. This usually includes the working poor and sometimes homeless people. At this point with the economy we give to anyone who asks. We typically give out between 80-120 food boxes a day. The boxes have enough food for a family of 5 to live on for a week.
Most of the funding for the food program comes from FEMA. FEMA has a budgeted amount nationwide that they give to a handful of non profits specifically for food distribution for the needy. Most food banks get their money from this fund.
The budgeted amount of money we have received over the last several years has continued to decrease. Last week we were told by the FEMA rep that we will receive one more installment in the next couple of months, and then the fund will be terminated- NATIONWIDE! Guess where this money is being reallocated to? Homeland security!! The FEMA rep told us that directly.

They told us that the money that was budgeted nationwide for FEMA for food distribution that funded most food banks, and other non profits that feed the poor was being redirected to homeland security and that these organizations will not be getting money in the future. The director in charge of our non profit looked at me and said "this is on purpose, and will start food riots."

Food banks supply a large amount of food that many non profit organizations rely on to help the needy. Can you imagine what will happen when these major food distribution centers nationwide have no money to buy food to distribute to the organizations that provide food to the poor?

I thought you would be interested in this information that came straight from the source. Feel free to share it however you want, if you want.

There is power in the Blood of Jesus!

Danny-2/11/15

Feb 11, 2015

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