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From One Climate to Another

On a 5 degree (Fahrenheit) day in Minnesota, a group of volunteers from King of Kings Lutheran Church in Woodbury braved snow-covered roads to package meals bound for children in Haiti. Led by volunteers for Kids Against Hunger-South Minneapolis, the volunteers packaged 26 boxes of meals. That’s enough to feed 15 kids for a year!
Snow drifts didn't deter the volunteers from arriving!

Snow drifts didn't deter the volunteers from arriving!

Measuring out the right quantities of rice, soy, vegetables and protein, meal package after meal package was stocked, sealed and boxed–ready to be shipped to Haiti.
Creating the chicken-rice-soy casserole packages for Kids Against Hunger

Creating the chicken-rice-soy casserole packages for Kids Against Hunger

Volunteers packaging the rice-soy-vegetable-protein mixture that makes a meal.

Volunteers packaging the rice-soy-vegetable-protein mixture that makes a meal.

This box was part of the final tally. With the help of awesome volunteers, Kids Against Hunger is helping many kids in Haiti who would otherwise go hungry. Individuals and groups are welcome! Follow the “Sign Up to Pack!” tab on this page to register yourself or your group today!
36 meal packets = a full box

36 meal packets = a full box

Thanks to each King of Kings Lutheran Church-Woodbury volunteer!

Thanks to each King of Kings Lutheran Church-Woodbury volunteer!

To see the full album of photos from this event visit the Kids Against Hunger-South Minneapolis Facebook page!

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