Hunger Heroes: Iowans making a difference in the fight to stop hunger

Thursday, Sept. 7  |  11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.  |  Virtual Event

Join us for a fast-paced, action-oriented look at the heroic efforts of four Iowans who are working each and every day to help fight hunger at our upcoming virtual event, Iowa Stops Hunger: Hunger Heroes. This dynamic program will showcase individuals and their organization’s efforts to lead the way in fighting food insecurity by giving food, time, funds — or all three. Audience members will leave both educated on the challenge of hunger, and with inspiration from the creative and innovative ways our hunger heroes are working to combat the growing issue of food insecurity in our state.


Zuli Garcia, executive director, Knock and Drop Iowa
John Kline, pastor, Zion Lutheran Church
Michelle Paulsen, letter carrier, U.S. Postal Service
Gwen Simpson, executive director, Lamoni Food Pantry

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