holiday 2017 newsletter

WHEN FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION, YOU MAKE SURE REGIONAL FOOD BANK IS HERE TO HELP

As a proud military veteran, one of the hardest things for Keisha Corley to do, she says, is ask for help. “You’re trained to carry out your assignment,” she explains. “Just do what you need to do. Asking for help is a big, big struggle for me.” 

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FROM MILLIONAIRE TO BROKE AND HOMELESS, NOW STEVEN IS HELPING OTHERS, THANKS TO YOU

“I was a millionaire,” Steven Wheeler says. “I owned houses and stores in Washington State. Then, I developed a health issue, and my son was having financial problems here in Oklahoma. He said, ‘Move in with me, and we’ll share expenses.’ Once he had drained my savings, he said, ‘If you don’t have any more money, get out of my house.’ I lived for months in a shack with no water or power.”

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YOU’RE HELPING ANN’S FAMILY RECOVER FROM PAIN AND LOSS

Ann Anderson isn’t exaggerating when she says, “We’ve been through a lot these last few years,” but her family is rebuilding with your help. About Regional Food Bank, Ann says, “I love this place.”

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