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2009 STOP Hunger Scholarship

Amy Carlton

Kellie Kinsella

For: U.S. students enrolled in an accredited educational institution (kindergarten through graduate school) who demonstrate ongoing commitment to alleviating hunger in their communities.

By: Sodexo Foundation.

Winners: Amy Carlton, high school

junior, Lake Oswego, Ore., for creating Teens Fighting Hunger, a nonprofit that has raised about $35,000 to feed 56,000 children;

Daniel Feldman

Steven Stargensky

Daniel Feldman, high school senior, Linwood, N.J., founder of Kids Feeding Kids, a program that uses bake-sale fundraising and education to raise awareness of childhood hunger in the United States;

Kellie Kinsella, college freshman,

Palatine, Ill., for creating Youth Hunger Opposition in Palatine, which organizes bake sales and other fundraising efforts to eliminate hunger within Palatine; Andrew Schultze, high school senior, Kettering, Ohio, for his work with the St. Vincent Hotel for the

Andrew Schultze

homeless; and

Steven “Rusty” Stargensky, high school senior, Waterford, N.Y., for his volunteer work at Joseph’s House and Shelter, in Troy, N.Y.

Contact: John Friedman, (301) 987-4456, john.friedman@sodexo.com, www.sodexofoundation.org/hunger_us/scholarships/scholarships.asp.

 

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