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  • Volunteers deliver food to S.C. Hurricane Matthew victims

    Free meal delivery to those who are not able to make food after Hurricane Matthew would not have been possible without communities and organizations working closely together. A food kitchen in North Conway Baptist Church has the capacity of making 20,000 meals. Every day, the Southern Baptist volunteers prepare the food, the Red Cross designs the food delivery routes and delivers meals, and local volunteers help with whatever that's needed. "Who would want to come and work 14 hours a day, slave labor, if it wasn't something that they wanted to do?" said Clyde Royal, unit lead of the food kitchen.

Volunteers deliver food to S.C. Hurricane Matthew victims

Free meal delivery to those who are not able to make food after Hurricane Matthew would not have been possible without communities and organizations working closely together. A food kitchen in North Conway Baptist Church has the capacity of making 20,000 meals. Every day, the Southern Baptist volunteers prepare the food, the Red Cross designs the food delivery routes and delivers meals, and local volunteers help with whatever that's needed. "Who would want to come and work 14 hours a day, slave labor, if it wasn't something that they wanted to do?" said Clyde Royal, unit lead of the food kitchen.
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