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One of the best ways for people to learn more about Feeding South Dakota is through the media’s support. Here are the latest press releases for Feeding South Dakota.

 

Feeding South Dakota to launch $3 million capital campaign for Sioux Falls

State’s largest hunger relief organization will move Food Pantry to new location, expand facilities and operations

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Cyclists to celebrate Cranksgiving

Bike challenge to collect items for the Food Pantry

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Annual Turkey Drive to Help Bring Thousands of Holiday Meals to Those in Need

With help from the community, Feeding South Dakota can ensure that those who are hungry do not go without this holiday season.

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Feeding South Dakota’s Sioux Falls Food Pantry gets Boost during annual Boy Scout Food Drive

Saturday, November 1, 2014, local Boy Scout Troops and Cub Scout Packs will be collecting non-perishable goods for Feeding South Dakota’s local Food Pantry

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FREE Family Event to Raise Awareness about Hunger

  Free meal, carnival, and movie “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs II”

  at Main Street Square on Friday, September 26.

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5th annual Good Neighbor Food Drive to be held this weekend

Walmart stores across US unite against hunger

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Feeding South Dakota needs your vote

Help Feeding South Dakota receive a Walmart grant to feed hungry individuals and families across South Dakota with the "click" of a mouse

 

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Dairy Farm Families Invite Public to “Be Our Guest” at Concert to Benefit Feeding South Dakota

Donate $10 and Receive a Pass to See Country Music Stars Joe Diffie, Aaron Tippin and Sammy Kershaw in Concert 

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A Concert with a Cause

South Dakota Cattlemen’s Foundation pledges to provide more protein to hungry South Dakotans by hosting a concert benefitting Feeding South Dakota

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Delta Dental of South Dakota pledges $300,000 toward Feeding South Dakota capital campaign

Delta Dental of South Dakota has made a gift of $300,000 to Feeding South Dakota’s $6 million statewide capital campaign, “Hand to Hand,” which kicked off last month in Rapid City. 

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