Ending world hunger right from home
Since its inception in 2009, the Jasper County Kids Against Hunger Organization has provided close to 200,000 meals to feed hungry children both domestically and internationally.
“Our goal is to stamp out hunger in the third world countries, and really in any country that it exists in,” said Pastor Nancy Dick, a board member of the non-profit organization. “And that means we are feeding families, and that’s an important part of taking care of children.”
JCKAH has only been around a short time. The group didn’t formally incorporate as a non-profit until early last year but has managed to hold 10 packaging events and typically host three of them in a year. The group typically hosts one in the winter, the summer and the last one in the fall.
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