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Growing Up Empty"Growing Up Empty : The Hunger Epidemic in America" by Loretta Schwartz-Nobel

This is a good resource for information and motivation into solving the problem of hunger in our world.

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The Sober Project

Addiction is rampant in our society.  The Sober Project is a Christ-Centered 12 step recovery program. This program is designed around helping people not just survive their destructive habits, but to overcome and prosper! 

This program was started by The Bridge and meets at Rio Vista Center. It meets on Wednesday and Saturday nights at 6:30 PM and Sunday mornings at 9:30 AM. We encourage anyone interested overcoming their addictions to come.  For more information contact Tony Valenti @ afvalenti3@gmail.com.

 

 

Facts About Hunger Donate to Rio Vista Give Grub | Donate Food
Of those receiving Emergency Food in Arizona:

48% are children under age of 18.

49% of the households reported having someone in the household who was employed.

75% of the households had an income below the Federal Poverty Guideline.

50% of the people within the past year had to choose between buying food and paying utilities.

Rio Vista Center is always accepting food and clothing donations.

DROP-OFFS ARE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY!

Call 480.258.4155
Or E-Mail Jim about Donations

Learn more about how to donate to Rio Vista Center:

> Learn More about Donating Today!

Please contact Aaron Norwood if you are interested in hosting a food drive for your business, church, organization, or school.

You can donate online to purchase food or mail the donation to Rio Vista Center.

Follow us on Twitter and find out how you can participate in Food Drives throughout the Valley!


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