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Annabelle is saving up to go back to school for a graduate degree in social work. But that’s meant an even tighter budget than usual. “I make just too much to qualify (for government assistance) but it’s not like I have a lot of extra money,” said Annabelle.
“I had to drag myself out of bed this morning to get here,”
In addition to going to grad school, Annabelle plans to give back to organizations like Second Harvest in the future—so that she can help others when they need a hand, just like they helped her.
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Martha learned the joy of service early in life. It’s a lesson the longtime educator has shared with her three children and students. But in the past year, she discovered a new outlet: serving as a Second Harvest core volunteer and member of the Kay Porta Legacy Society.
Today more than 150 adoptive organizations enable Second Harvest, in partnership with At The Core, to provide Bite2Go to nearly 8,500 elementary, middle and high school students in Spokane, the Tri-Cities and a growing list of rural communities.