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Jersey Proud: Harrison Elementary School students raise hundreds for food charity

By: Matt Trapani and Kurt Siegelin

There is a charity program in New Jersey called “Bag a Lunch, Help a Bunch.” School kids around the Garden State are not only raising awareness about food insecurity but doing something about it.

Students at Harrison Elementary School in Livingston are the top fundraiser in the state for the charity Table to Table. They raised enough money for 14,600 meals.

The kids handed over a check for $1,500. By doing so, they earned the Segal Foundation Award for student philanthropy.

REAL PEOPLE, REAL STORIES.

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