The Beavers charitable foundation has announced it will provide free food to children and families through the end of the year.
The Beavers Foundation announced the announcement Wednesday.
The charity is one of many organizations who have already started to distribute free food through the Beavers Giving Fund.
The announcement comes after several charities have also announced they will begin giving out free food this year.
Beavers was founded by founder and CEO Jim Beavers and his wife, Michelle, in 2006.
The Beaws charitable foundation is the largest nonprofit of its kind in the U.S.
It will distribute more than 1,000 pounds of food to families this year, the Beams said in a statement.
The foundation, which has been providing free food and other support to families and children for nearly four decades, was founded in a time when most Americans were living in poverty, according to the Beaws.
Its mission is to bring food to those in need, and the Beashes’ generosity helps make this possible, the statement said.
The news comes after many other nonprofits and institutions have announced they are making the move to distribute food through their Giving Fund, which they set up to help make food available to people in need.
These organizations are also donating money to help people in the area who need help.
The goal of the Giving Fund is to reach a specific population.
The number of people who can be helped through the Giving Camps program is limited.
For the first five Giving Camp events, the Giving Funds will be available to those who can donate to help, according the statement.
The Giving Fund will distribute up to 2,000 lbs.
of food per year.