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News - April 15, 2022

A recipe for fighting food insecurity

Gunn student creates a community cookbook to raise funds for food bank

by Zoe Morgan

Sonali Dhir has grown up making meals with her family and experimenting in the kitchen, so when she ran across data showing that over 100,000 children in the Bay Area are facing food insecurity, she knew she wanted to do something to help.

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Posted by Jon Keeling
a resident of Community Center
on May 8, 2022 at 10:53 pm

Jon Keeling is a registered user.

This is really great. Sonali is multi-talented. She is also very close to earning her black belt in Karate! Awesome that she is working on this project to help others who are less fortunate.


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