Larger home allows hunger program to expand

An organization moved into a new building on the southside last year and expects to feed more people in need.

Last year, Kids Against Hunger sent 1.6 million meals around the world, including to survivors of the typhoon that hit the Philippines in November, food pantries and other service organizations that feed people in the U.S. and abroad.

This year, the organization has gotten enough word-of-mouth referrals from churches and companies to recruit more volunteer workers and has the space for the additional volunteers to pack meals.

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