Food banks in central Indiana say they’re feeding more Hoosiers in need than ever.
up in 20 minutes. > >todd:today a-b-c news is focusing on hunger at home — taking a close look at the struggle so many the table. > >ericka:new numbers out today show there are more than 100 thousandids in indiana — without enough to eat. 6news reporter ebone monet joins combat the problem. > >reporter:ericka this report—tracks the number of children who are food insecure, meaning —-their families sometimes don’t know where their next meal will come from. gleaners food bank is familiar—it’s pantries serve hundreds of families every day. > >reporter:for a few minutes to collect groceries many of these mothers wait outside for up to an hour. > >because i love my babies that’s my number one priority right there.” > >reporter:in the 21 counties gleaners food bank serves—- there’s more than one-hundred thousand children living in poverty. > >i haven’t received a payment from my son’