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ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, Ind. – An organization in Indiana is making sure everyone has something to eat.
Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry provides protein to food banks and soup kitchens across Indiana to help feed struggling families, and this hunting season, they are asking for help from hunters and landowners.
Here’s how it works, once your freezers are full, take any extra deer or deer meat to a participating meat processor and tell them you want to donate to Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry. The processor will take care of the rest, free of charge. There are 85 meat processors throughout Indiana that have partnered with the organization, including some in Michiana. Check out Hoosiers Feeding the Hungry for more information and to see where you can donate extra deer meat.
All donated meat will go back to the community through hunger relief agencies like soup kitchens, food banks, and pantries.