Volunteer Ann Lear stocks shelves at the Dorcas Ministries food bank in Cary on Thursday. Summer is a tough time for food banks as donations drop off and the demand for food rises while schools are not in session.
Volunteer Ann Lear stocks shelves at the Dorcas Ministries food bank in Cary on Thursday. Summer is a tough time for food banks as donations drop off and the demand for food rises while schools are not in session. cliddy@newsobserver.com
Volunteer Ann Lear stocks shelves at the Dorcas Ministries food bank in Cary on Thursday. Summer is a tough time for food banks as donations drop off and the demand for food rises while schools are not in session. cliddy@newsobserver.com

Summer heats up families’ need for food as charitable donations slow

June 20, 2014 8:34 AM

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