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Thank You For Making A Difference For So Many

Chattanooga Area Food Bank

This week, we said “One Can Make A Difference” - and we would like to say thank you to so many who did.

On Tuesday, you helped us raise $25,301 to support WUTC - and help the Chattanooga Area Food Bank feed people in need.


We would like to salute our partners at the Food Bank by again sharing their work in their voices.

Abbey Markus is event planner and community engagement coordinator at the Food Bank, which covers twenty counties in Southeast Tennessee and Northwest Georgia.

Dory Cooper is the Food Bank's nutrition and programs coordinator.


Sarah Beth Riggs is agency relations and program manager for Hamilton County at the Food Bank.


Keisha Hamilton is Food Rescue Retail Coordinator at the Food Bank.

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