Feed Northland Kids is an organization sending food home in backpacks to feed about 3,000 students in the Northland. They collaborate with Harvesters to fill back packs with four pounds of food for every student who qualifies based on need. Six-year-old Jesse Hale of Kansas City, North,  is a participant. He was home with his mom, Angela Hale, one Thursday earlier this month.
Feed Northland Kids is an organization sending food home in backpacks to feed about 3,000 students in the Northland. They collaborate with Harvesters to fill back packs with four pounds of food for every student who qualifies based on need. Six-year-old Jesse Hale of Kansas City, North, is a participant. He was home with his mom, Angela Hale, one Thursday earlier this month. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star
Feed Northland Kids is an organization sending food home in backpacks to feed about 3,000 students in the Northland. They collaborate with Harvesters to fill back packs with four pounds of food for every student who qualifies based on need. Six-year-old Jesse Hale of Kansas City, North, is a participant. He was home with his mom, Angela Hale, one Thursday earlier this month. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star

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