continued “They will see videos of kids in Africa and different places that are starving and they will also see what World Vision is doing to help. It draws a connection because they will see where their money is going. It's about education and awareness and empowering and making a difference,” Smith said.
Kids interested can register for $20 at any time, including on April 27, when they meet at St. James. Those interested in donating can send their donations to St. James or contact Smith at 729-1506. Checks can be made payable to St. James.
For more information, visit 30hourfamine.org.
Erika Rudl is an Eagle newspapers contributor. She can be reached through the editor at email@example.com.