OSG San Francisco Team up with Kids Against Hunger

Students and staff from OSG North America’s San Francisco Campus recently teamed up with Kids Against Hunger to prepare meals for children in need. Volunteers packed 1,980 food bags each containing six meals for a grand total of 11,880 meals at the Pleasanton headquarters of Kids Against Hunger, a non-profit dedicated to combating child hunger globally.

The day began with an educational session for the volunteers led by the Kids Against Hunger staff in which they discussed the global issue of child hunger and put into context how important the work they were doing that day would be to hundreds of hungry children.

 “Our partnership with Kids Against Hunger allowed our students to make a tangible difference while broadening their understanding of a serious global issue,” noted OSG Campus Principal Kelle Patrick. “We strive to produce ‘life-ready’ students, and events like this one underscore the importance of aligning academic learning with practical, real-world work and charity.”

 Sherri Leal, Executive Director of KAH Bay Area operations, expressed her gratitude: “The kids were awesome, and I truly hope they understand what a difference they made in a lot of hungry tummies! With 46 people packing for an hour and a half, that would be 69 hours if I was doing it by myself! Believe me it’s way more fun with a large group of eager people to help make a difference!”

 Young volunteers worked hard to pack rice, veggies, and snacks into bags. The day’s events demonstrated how community involvement and educational experiences can intertwine for a positive impact. 

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