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Act of Kindness from Sonia

I have been thinking a lot lately about all of those standing in lines for food banks and feeling uncertainty about their jobs. I also saw a social media post from a friend whose son saved his summer earnings to buy food for their local food bank. I felt inspired.

This morning I contacted the elementary school in my neighborhood, where my daughter used to be a student, and asked if they still needed items for their annual Thanksgiving meals for families in need. I am grateful to be able to donate several items to help some local families have a slightly better holiday. I hope that this, and the other acts of kindness posted on this webpage, will inspire others to do what they can for others in their community.


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