We can all be thankful for generous people



For nearly 30 years, George Annino has shared a simple but incredibly compassionate philosophy: People who have food should share it with people who don't.
It's common sense. That's why it works.
It all started when he was growing up in Brooklyn, N.Y., and more years ago than George would probably like to admit. George's parents lived by the same words. They hated hunger, and as long as there was food on their table, there was food for others.
Twenty-nine years ago, George Annino ...

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