Hamburger Helper offers funds for community projects

Red Shield Center seeks computers for the neediest kids.

 

Hamburger Helper is donating up to $15,000 each month to help fund projects that will benefit the community in hometowns all across the country. The Red Shield Youth and Community Center in Los Angeles, led by Irene de Anda Lewis, has applied for this grant, seeking to replace outdated computers used by children in this inner city program. New Frontier readers can help by simply adding their comments to the Red Shield’s request.

Go to www.MyHometownHelper.com to add your support.

If any other corps community centers are interested in applying, an application form and specific details can also be found at the above site.

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