Young people from Charlotte had the opportunity to pack meals with Stop Hunger Now thanks to Council supporters. A meal-packaging event originally scheduled after the Council’s April Critical Issues Seminar in Winston-Salem had to be cancelled, but a number of those who had paid to participate allowed SHN to keep their registration fee and use it to pay for students to take part in the future.
In June, students active in Hands on Charlotte’s Volunteens Program were able to package meals thanks to the fees donated by Council supporters.
“They were a great group of kids that wanted to do something for others,” said Brandon Faulkner, Stop Hunger Now’s Charlotte Program Manager.
–Aleta Payne, Development and Communications