Project Lifeline

People Have Access

to Nutritious Food

Each night in Broward County nearly 75,000 children will go to bed hungry. United Way created Project Lifeline in response to the increased number of those going hungry due to economic hardships. Project Lifeline coordinates the bulk purchase and delivery of fresh, nutritious food, including fresh fruits, vegetables, milk, meats, rice, beans and grains to a network of approximately 25 food banks and feeding programs.

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Project Lifeline

difference

420,000

clients and families receive nutritious food each year

7

million pounds of food has been distributed since inception

25

local food banks are provided fresh, nutritious food each year

Featured Success Story

Emily and Jessica

Tears streamed down Emily’s face as she hugged her mom. She was hungry, scared and confused and her mom, Jessica, was just as scared.

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