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For more than a decade, the Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger has helped ensure local families have enough nutritious food by connecting people with food assistance programs, supporting food pantries, and educating the public about solutions to hunger. In order to help provide local families with fresh nutritious food, the nonprofit hopes to build an urban community garden in a neglected lot in North Philadelphia's Francisville neighborhood. The goal of the garden is to provide a bounty of fresh fruit and vegetables to local food pantries and soup kitchens, supporting their efforts to feed local children and protect families at risk for hunger. With funding for raised garden beds, seeds, equipment, and planting and distribution expenses, the Coalition Against Hunger can establish this community garden and help hunger-relief programs improve the nutritional quality of the meals they distribute.