Westchester teens lead fight against hunger

A group of students packaged 600 breakfast bags for the Meals For Kids program which helps children in need across the country.

News 12 Staff

Feb 17, 2022, 3:41 AM

Updated 883 days ago

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Volunteers at the Masters School in Dobbs Ferry are on a mission to combat hunger nationwide.
A group of students packaged 600 breakfast bags for the Meals For Kids program which helps children in need across the country.
The effort was the idea of junior Hanna Schiciano and Maddy Israel who founded the Master School's Feeding Westchester Club.
The food was donated by local supermarkets, including Stop & Shop, Target and DeCiccos.


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