How to Give 7 at the Hand Up Food Pantry

NBC7/39 employees found out what a difference a little time and donations from their food drive make after volunteering at the Hand Up Youth Pantry. There are more than 480,000 hungry families in San Diego County. This food pantry which also serves Jewish families is partly run by 39 teenagers who organize food drives and distribute the food.

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NBC7/39 anchor Artie Ojeda says he's a "bagging machine" at the Hand Up Youth Food Pantry where he helped fill 300 bags of food for the hungry.
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NBC7/39 sales production manager Kerrie Briggs was one of two dozen station volunteers who helped sort and stack 800 pounds of food.
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NBC7/39 anchor Marianne Kushi and Director of Human Resources Paige Creager stack donated food including Jewish food items at the food pantry.
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14-year-old Brady Lawrence whose mom is a station employee and NBC7/39 anchor Catherine Garcia empty out cartons of crackers to give a Hand Up to help feed 480-thousand hungry people in San Diego County.
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