Island Harvest donates mobile food van to help veterans

? Americans are saluting the men and women who have put their lives on the line today on Veterans Day. A new Marist poll has

FARMINGDALE - ? Americans are saluting the men and women who have put their lives on the line today on Veterans Day. A new Marist poll has found about one in 10 veterans did not have enough money to buy food in the past year. Island Harvest has donated a mobile food van to help veterans in need. The van called ?Operation Hope? is a mobile refrigerated truck that goes door-to-door to veterans. LI National Cemetery caretakers honor the fallenHope on wheels: 7 Long Island veterans get free cars

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