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Feed The Children launches new logo and vision and introduces new food programs for Oklahoma City and New Orleans

Published: June 16, 2014

Kevin Hagan, chief executive officer of Feed The Children, said the Oklahoma City-based relief organization has been working for two years to “rebrand” and “revision” how it seeks to reduce food insecurity in America and around the world.

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