Good things come in small packages — especially snacks!
High school freshman Megan Delande wants to be a doctor someday and wanted to give back to health care workers on the front lines during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Her “Snack Sacks for Good” include a note of encouragement.
"We are just stuck at home, so I wanted to do something," Delande said. "And so I thought this was a simple but impactful way to help the community."
Delande pays for the bags herself with the money she’s received from odd jobs and babysitting and personally drops them off to hospitals and The American Red Cross.
"Even if you're young or old, just that you can still make a difference with something as simple as bundling food in a bag," Delande said.
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