JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Crossroad Church UMC worked Sunday to package 40,000 meals for Stop Hunger Now.
Each meal consisted of vitamins, soy, dehydrated vegetables and rice in a sealed bag.
The meals will be sent to places like South America, Haiti and other Caribbean countries.
"We can even look in our own backyard, we know what hunger's all about, and I think it's our responsibility as human beings to give back and to help others."
Since 2005, Stop Hunger Now has packaged over $94 million meals, sending aid to 76 countries.
To find out how you can help, visit StopHungerNow.org.
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