A Vancouver Sun article highlights a single mother’s need for our service.

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Since April, Skinner and her two children have been in the “shelter shuffle,” moving from one shelter to the next.
“No one should have to live like this,” said Skinner who describes her situation as stressful and traumatizing.
Skinner feels lucky to have the support of Food Bank on Wheels. The shelter allows her to cook for her kids. More than anything, she wants stable housing. She doesn’t know how that can happen.

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