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Providing Meat for Victims of Domestic Violence

by | Sep 2, 2021 | News | 0 comments

FHFH recently had the privilege to pay the meat processing costs for a steer donated to The Caring Place in Indiana. 

The Caring Place, Inc. provides inclusive service, shelter, and ongoing support for people experiencing domestic violence.  Through advocacy, education, and awareness, they empower people to build supportive, respectful, compassionate relationships. Their organization primarily serves victims in Lake, Porter and Starke counties in Northwest Indiana, but may include victims across the country. 

​We received a note of appreciation from them for the donation of the meat processing cost for the steer:

Roy Wilson of the Porter County Buyer’s Group recently donated and delivered one 941 pound steer to The Caring Place in Valparaiso, IN. Roy passed along that Farmers and Hunters Feeding The Hungry donated the processing of the meat and we wanted to let you know how grateful we are. We’ve also publicly expressed our gratitude to all who made this possible on our Facebook page

You will be receiving an official acknowledgement letter from our CEO in the mail, but we also wanted to personally contact you to let you know how meaningful this gift is to our shelter and the clients we serve. Thank you for working with Roy to make this happen. And thank you for all that your organization does to help organizations like ours and people in need. 

With warm regards and gratitude, 
Amy Blythe and The Caring Place