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Food for Thought: The Fall 2013 Newsletter


With a Growing Need for More Summer Feeding & Kids Cafe Sites, Our New Van from Arby’s Arrived Just in Time

We love our Nissan NV200 van. America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia was chosen as one of five Georgia non-profits to receive a capital investment grant from the Atlanta based company, Arby’s and their Foundation. The first donation, as a result of this grant, was unveiled on June 14 with the help of 50 children from the Savannah Salvation Army Kids Cafe. The van has been retrofitted with a refrigeration system in order to deliver meals for summer feeding and Kids Cafe. “We are committed to the state of Georgia and are proud of the impact these investments will make in the lives of so many children,” said Kate Atwood, Executive Director of the Arby’s Foundation.

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