Molding Clay, Solving Hunger

Some local high school students are pulling together to increase the "Awareness of HUNGER" in San Diego.

Coronado High School students are hosting the "Empty Bowls Project" to raise money for "The Hunger Project" in downtown San Diego.Their goal is to raise $10,000 for the nonprofit.

The "Empty Bowls Project" came about in the 90's by a Michigan arts teachers came up with a creative way to help students find a way to support local food drive. By serving a simple meal in a handmade ceramic bowl, the bowl continues to serve as a reminder of the global hunger epidemic.

It will be held Thursday, April 16 from 5 to 7 p.m. in the CHS Multipurpose room, at 650 D Ave., Coronado.

For $20 you can get a handmade ceramic bowl, soup, bread and a bottle of water. You can also buy soup in a paper bowl for $10.

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