ALFRED, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- The York County Food Rescue distributes food to 45 food pantries and soup kitchens, but it might have to close its doors due to financial trouble.
"What happened was we ran out of cash. We have zero money in the bank," said Jodi Bissonnette, the food rescue's director. "The better you do your job, the more pick-ups you have, the more money you spend on gas and other things."
Bissonnette said they have helped more than 50,000 people this year and provided more than a million pounds of food to programs throughout York County.