September is Hunger Action Month and food banks nationwide are taking part in effort to decrease hunger in their communities.
We're incredibly thankful to everyone who comes out to help harvest fresh fruits and vegetables from our urban garden to help feed families in need. Thank you also to the San Antonio Express-News for this awesome article!
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