This the season to be jolly, but it's not a hat more than 90,000 people living in El Paso don’t know where their next meal will come from. They suffer from what experts call 'food uncertainty', and it affects men, women, and most especially, children. The idea that people go hungry at any time of the year is horrible, but during this time of the year when so many celebrations center around food, it is really sad that people are on the outside looking in on the feasting.

El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Bank is looking for donations that will not only help them feed people in need during the holidays, but beyond. If you would like to donate cash, they can turn that into a lot of food that isn't necessarily shelf stable like milk, fruits, and vegetables. To stock their shelves they need non-perishable food items like boxed pastas, cereals, and canned veggies.

If you have a couple of bucks that you can donate, or a couple of cans of food, please do. Any little bit helps and whatever isn't used during the holiday season will still be available for the food bank to use later.

For more information on donating, go to the El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Bank website at http://elpasoansfightinghunger.org.