A month-long walk across the state collected more than $30,000 dollars to end hunger in Maine.The 8th annual Ending Hungor Tour, put together by Maine Credit Unions, wrapped in Bangor today.Brenda Davis, with Crossroads Ministries and Food Pantry in Old Town, did a lot of the leg work. She logged more than 650-miles, stopping off in 62 communities from Madawaska to Kittery. During the tour, she visited local credit unions and collected donations for area food pantries.Davis says that money will make a huge difference for folks who live in rural parts of the state and struggle to get the grocery store.”our roads aren’t the best. They’re the best we have but they’re not the best. People that have limited resources – they’re cars aren’t always in the best repair. They live miles and miles from a supermarket.”The Ending Hunger Tour took Davis to all of the counties in the state. In its eight years, the walk has raised more than $170,000 dollars.