Large fundraiser for Ukraine with food and speakers this Saturday in Evansville

A prepare dinner prepres spiced grilled pork skewer at a Ukrainian food items fundraiser at Grace of Christ Slavic Church on Saturday, April 30, 2022.

EVANSVILLE, Ind.The Grace of Christ Slavic Church mission for Ukraine is hosting a Aid Ukraine Fest on Saturday, June 11, from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at Washington Plaza on Evansville’s East Aspect.

Event organizer Tyler Hinds of TRH Home loan, who owns Washington Plaza, said that this party will be related to people hosted before this spring at the Grace of Christ church, but will be larger sized.

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“We’re making an attempt to get as quite a few persons there as we can,” he claimed. “We will have speakers that have been in Ukraine during the war and managed to evacuate and there will be

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Ending child hunger and food insecurity needs to be a top priority in Canada as well as globally

In the last three decades, the world has made considerable progress in reducing child malnutrition, but there is still work to do. Credit: Shutterstock

Achieving food security, improving nutrition and promoting sustainable agriculture are key to reaching one of the United Nations’ most critical Sustainable Development Goals: Zero Hunger.

The goal is important for all people, but is crucial for children. There is work to do to meet this goal not just in low- and middle-income countries, but also in high-income countries. In Canada and the United States, food insecurity affects one in six children.

Children rely on adults to nourish their growth and prepare them to become successful adults in an increasingly precarious world of pandemics, war and climate change—all of which threaten the global food supply, food affordability and the equitable distribution of food.

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