Football Stars Feed Hungry Kids
Thousands of volunteers fuel the H.O.P.E. ministry in North Carolina to bridge the food gap between school lunch on Friday and breakfast on Monday. One dedicated United Methodist volunteer uses his status as an on-field local celebrity (in 2015) to lead others in the fight against hunger. Heidi Robinson tells the story.
H.O.P.E. runs on donations from many churches and individuals including Centenary United Methodist Church, Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church, Trinity United Methodist Church, Maple Springs United Methodist Church, Clemmons United Methodist Church, Bethel United Methodist Church, and Mt. Tabor United Methodist Church.
This video was originally posted on November 5, 2015.
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