Provide food for those who are unable to get food.

Provide food for those who are unable to get food.

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Jacqueline Murphy started this petition to Walmart and

During this time of crisis so many people are scared, all of us are trying so hard to be prepared for anything to come our way. But it is also leaving so many people left behind. Elders who can't leave their house, homeless people who don't have money or shelter, and just anybody who can't get to a source of food or source of money to buy food. We are the people of the United States and at this time we need to unite as one and not only worry about ourselves but about each other as well. Yes, we do need to focus on ourselves and loved ones, but also for the people on the streets that we ignore or the people that are just left behind. We are not called the United States for just any reason, so lets prove to the world and ourselves that we can unite all together to get passed this tragedy. That we can all fight as one and find out how to get better together. Your neighbors, cousins, aunts, uncles, stranger, or any relations we all need to help one another. America is hurting, we are not alone in this tragedy we are all here for each other. Don't be blinded by selfishness instead open your eyes to what is needed. So much has happened in the year 2020 and all together we can fight and come together to help each other. We all need food we all need to survive and in order to make sure we can all get through this we need to help one another. Schools are closed and the kids who relied on the free meals are no longer having access to it. So why not help each other on getting food? Why not try and save another person? Why not give a little to help so many? I am a student myself and this is all frightening, but I feel like together we can all make a difference. We are the United States of America, so lets unite as the people and prove what United means

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