"Well over a year ago, Sage Chavez and Charlene D'Cruz together founded Hearts to End Hunger, with the goal of facilitating a warm meal a day, every day of the year in the Ashland area while reducing food waste.
"Chavez and D'Cruz are making plenty of headway towards their goal as last week they kicked off week one of the second year of the 52 for 52 Soup Campaign and they have another free community meal all lined up for this Saturday from 12 to 2 p.m. at the Bretting Community Center.
"Chavez said the Hearts To End Hunger Free Community Taco Feed is for 'Everyone in the community.'
“'Just show up if you love hugs and tacos,' she said, adding that it’s a good time to get out of the house and enjoy some tacos and be a community. 'Plus this celebrates one year of the 52 to 52.'"
Written by Sara Chase for the Ashland Daily Press. Read the full article here.
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