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Family rallies their community to combat food insecurity


As the pandemic set in, Sterling and Amber Marchand were looking for ways to give back. What started as a grassroots food drive in their front yard has become Be The Good Project, a non-profit serving the Washington, D.C. area that has collected over 38,000 pounds of food, donated over 60,000 sandwiches and installed several “Little Free Food Pantries” to help community members in need.