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Those in Need

You can make a difference to someone in need. Reach out to an organization that builds housing for low-income families, or supports communities after natural disasters. Soup kitchens need help serving food. Help out at a garden that grows food for the hungry – or start your own. Or start a drive to collect food and essentials for people in need.

See how these honorees helped people in need
  • Sophia Skwarchuk

    Sophia created “MontanaEats,” a smartphone application she spent months coding to give low-income people easy access to information about all of the food pantries, food banks and emergency assistance resources in Montana. 

  • Elijah Evans

    Elijah works in his community to raise awareness of child abuse and improve the lives of foster children by promoting and hosting an annual Christmas party for children in foster care.

  • Caleb White

    Caleb hands out boxes of food, toiletries and warm garments to the homeless on the streets of Detroit each year during the Christmas season, and threw a back-to-school party that provided 800 children in need with backpacks stuffed with new school supplies.

  • Zachary Wolfson

    Zachary runs an organization that collects clothing and shoes for homeless teens and raises awareness of their situation. 

Additional Resources

Feeding America

No Kid Hungry

Habitat for Humanity