By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – More than a year after the pandemic started, many people are still struggling to provide for their families.
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Yesterday in the Strip District, the Veterans Leadership Program partnered with the Pittsburgh Food Bank to give back.
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The organizers say it is a way to help those who have done so much for the country.
“I think it was important before the pandemic, but the pandemic just increased the need and the importance of the event. We’re excited to offer this monthly service, ”said Sean Buzzard, Wellness & Resiliency Trainer for the Veterans Leadership Program.
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The Veterans Leadership Program helps veterans transition from hiring by providing housing, employment, and other support systems – including monthly grocery trips like this one.