Harrison says her inspiration to power through the challenge came from seeing so many families at her school come to lunch giveaways during the pandemic.
"I was handing out lunches during the lunchtime hour when parents would come up and get the grab-and-go lunches, and there were so many families," Harrison said. "I wanted to pick a charity that would go back to my hometown and kids."
The money bought a whole truck of food and two weeks of fresh milk for families.
0 views0 comments