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Gov. Beshear Donates $16,000 Left Over From Inaugural Fund to Feeding Kentucky

According to the Governor, 600,000 Kentuckians rely on Feeding Kentucky and other similar organizations.

(Frankfort, Ky.) – Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear donated $16,000 that was left over from his administration’s inaugural fund to Feeding Kentucky.

In a news release Tuesday, the governor’s office announced the donation and a new proclamation that was signed declaring January 28, 2021, as Hunger Free Day in Kentucky.

“In the best of times, your work is daunting. During COVID, it has been nothing short of heroic,” Beshear said in the release. “The entire commonwealth owes you all a debt of gratitude but also – crucially – more than just words of thanks. Your efforts deserve our full support.”

According to the Governor, 600,000 Kentuckians rely on Feeding Kentucky and other similar organizations.

“This donation is another sign of my commitment to fighting hunger and my administration’s belief in you, our indispensable Team Kentucky partners,” he said.

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