Bangor area non-profits work hard to keep community members fed

BANGOR, Maine — The Bangor Area Homeless Shelter is feeding more people as COVID-19 seems to be increasing food insecurity in the area.

“What we’ve seen is an increase in need for food essentially,” says Jim Batchelder, who’s in charge of the food pantry and daily meals at the shelter.

The program manager at the Bangor Area Homeless Shelter, Archie Curry tells NEWS CENTER Maine an average of 200 more meals a month than last year are currently being served.  “Read full article…”