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Scan this QR Code with your smart phone camera to be taken to the Liberty Ranch High School FFA’s Meals of Hope fundraising donation site.

Liberty Ranch High School FFA has joined the war against hunger and is asking the community to stand with them.

Setting their sights on a grand goal of providing 50,000 meals to be distributed through local food banks, Personal Growth and Citizenship co-chairs Liberty Matthews and Michael Gale are leading the charge on behalf of the FFA chapter.

Gale said that the chapter has teamed up with national organization Meals of Hope. With a mission to “inspire and empower communities to come together to end hunger,” Meals of Hope not only provides meals at an extremely discounted price, but also provides a representative to come to Liberty Ranch and help organize the FFA team into an “assembly line” to package the meals.

Once assembled, the meals are then delivered to local area food banks.

The meals promise to contain added vitamins, minerals and proteins to supplement an unbalanced diet, according to the Meals of Hope website.

Meals of Hope provides a complete meal for .29 cents each.

Doing the math, that sets a financial goal of $14,500 in donations, and that’s where the community comes in.

Matthews and Gale, along with their FFA advisors, have made donating easy by setting up a donation website. Those wishing to help combat hunger in our area can log onto www.lrhs.myschoolcentral.com or simply scan the QR code in the photo provided with your phone and it will take you straight to the donation site. Those wishing to donate cash or with a check can drop their financial donation off at the Liberty Ranch High School office, 1295 Marengo Road. Please make checks payable to LRHS FFA.

Donation deadline is around the corner; please have your donations to the FFA chapter by Friday, Dec. 3.

For questions regarding this fundraiser, email lgiannone@ghsd.k12.ca.us.