Hunger is a very real and widespread problem in many parts of the world. Even in our comparatively affluent Canadian society, many struggle daily to put food on the table for their children and others in their care, such as dependent elderly relatives, single-parent households, refugees, etc. Those of us who are blessed with the means to meet our families’ needs can make a great difference in the lives of the less- fortunate in our communities by helping provide them with adequate and healthy food. ICNA Relief Canada’s Food Banks are a community-run project that has been running for the last 20 years. Thanks to generous donations, which are always welcome, it continues to serve the deserving and needy today.