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Fighting Food Insecurity in North Texas
Children at Risk

October, 2016

Food insecurity prevents young students from reaching their full potential. In addition, it can lead to severe health problems such as obesity. CHILDREN AT RISK works to reduce and combat food insecurity in several ways:
1. Implementing the Medical Model
This blog post is part 4 of 4 in a weekly series leading up to North Texas Giving Day. Click here to read all previous blog posts highlighting CHILDREN AT RISK's work speaking out and driving change for children.
Your support enables CHILDREN AT RISK to advocate successfully for public policy changes that improve the quality of life for Texas' children. Give $25 or more on September 22 for your donation to be multiplied from a pool of $2.5 million of bonus funds and prizes!


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