San Antonio Food Bank partners with hunters to collect deer meat for hungry families
SAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio Food Bank is once again participating in the Hunters for the Hungry program, which is managed by Feeding Texas, to help those in need. Through the program, hunters can drop off legally tagged deer to a participating meat processor, and eventually, the meat makes its way to the San Antonio Food Bank. But this year, we partnered with Trinity Oaks, where the San Antonio Food Bank has staff and volunteers that process venison,” said Eric Cooper, president and CEO of San Antonio Food Bank. “Now that money will come through Texas Parks and Wildlife to the San Antonio and New Braunfels food banks. San Antonio resident Travis Wuest grew up hunting and has been participating in the program for many years.
African children with albinism targeted by poachers
Hunters in Tanzania have been targeting children to maim or kill them for their limbs, believing they possess supernatural power. After being attacked, many of the children are receiving help from a Staten Island, New York, organization that has been instrumental in giving injured children access to prosthetics.cbsnews.com
9/5: Flood of migrants arrive in Austria after overwhelming Hungary; African children with albinism targeted by poachers
Thousands of migrants, mostly from war-torn Syria, finally crossed into Austria after being stuck in Hungary for a week; Hunters in Tanzania have been targeting children to maim or kill them for their limbs, believing they possess supernatural power.cbsnews.com