Scout Troops 1926 and 2033

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Scout Troops 1926 and 2033

Scouts from Troops 1926 and 2033 in Clinton, along with family members, packaged 2400 meals to feed the Hungry. They are delivering 1728 meals to the food pantries in Clinton. Good job Girls, thank you for feeding the hungry in Clinton.    

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Pleasant Valley High School

Pleasant Valley High School students are required to earn service hours to graduate. These students came together and packaged 4000 meals for Kids Against Hunger and earned some hours. WHAT A GREAT GROUP OF KIDS!!!

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Hopkins & Huebner – November 2018

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Sai Baba – November 2018

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DuTrac Credit Union

The employees of DuTrac Credit Union did some volunteer work today. They packaged 1500 meals to feed the hungry. Way to go ladies!!!

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St John’s Lutheran – Mendota

The folks at St. John’s Lutheran Church invited us back to package meals. They packaged 52,000 meals. The meals will be heading to Florida for those impacted by Hurricane Michael. Thanks for Mighty Spark Foods for the meal match.

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Trinity Lutheran

Another event at Trinity Lutheran, they packaged 24,720 meals. These meals will be going to Florida for those impacted by Hurricane Michael! The cumulative total for this event held at Trinity Lutheran, 220,595 meals! Wow!!! A huge THANK YOU to Gary Bates for chairing this event all these years, this was his last year as […]

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Converge Churches

The Converge Churches packaged 58,320 meals to feed the hungry. The meals will go to the Carolinas to feed those impacted by Hurricane Florence. Cornerstone Baptist Grandview Baptist Bethany Baptist Pleasant View Baptist A matching grant from Mighty Spark Foods sponsored the cost of half the meals  

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First Presbyterian – Miles, Iowa

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MGT New Hope

The VBS at MGT New Hope collected money to fund a Kids Against Hunger event. The kids wanted to help other kids that don’t have food to eat. Today the folks at MGT New Hope packaged 13,724 meals to feed those hungry kids. A BIG thank you to Lisa Kipper and her VBS kids!!!!”  

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