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Dranesville Supervisor John Foust helped assemble meals and distribute large bags of rice.

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Marshall High School ninth graders, Priscilla Mariam and Rebecca Henok. “We’re here to make a ...

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Dominic Alexander, program manager for the national capitol office of Stop Hunger Now, standing before ...

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Boy Scouts from McLean’s Troop 1916, Max Miller (8th grader from Luther Jackson), Will Salt ...

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Third graders from McLean Brownie Troop 6911 include Emma Radcliffe (Kent Gardens), Peyton Richards (Chesterbrook), ...

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Fourth grade Girl Scouts Audrey Wallach, Lauren Coakley, Lilee Keeler, and Charlotte Henry, from the ...

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Marshall High School 10th graders Angela Zadrima, Jordan Arbuckle, Anna Shipman, and Nadia Critchley hold ...

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iuliancezar 10 months ago

We did something similar in my town too. We actually took a Soft Serve Machine to a shelter and we also bought ingredients to teach the people that there are other ways of eating in this world. I think that food education is really important.

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mipsda 9 months, 3 weeks ago

I think that this is a very good reason to support out volunteering system. I remember how Los Angeles termite volunteered to help us with the pest problem that we used to have. It was only because some toxic ingredients were spilled on the road.

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spencerid 9 months, 1 week ago

This is so true, some people have too much to eat when others have nothing. It's so sad because in some parts of the continent this food is wasted while children, old people and entire families are starving. I really want to donate some Frozen Yogurt Machines but I feel that my small gesture isn't enough. So contribute to my cause to help these people.

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