PASCO, Wash-- A huge donation at the Boys and Girls Club in Pasco. The organization partnered up with Second Harvest to help feed low-income children in the Tri-Cities.
It's the kick-off for the Boys and Girls Club's new kids cafe' program, where children learn the importance of eating healthy.
It not only got a lot of families excited, but even the Pasco High football team came to help out.
"We got asked by our coach to see if we wanted to help the community, and if we had the time. So we all thought, yea, we should all pitch in and help," says Hector Jimenez, a junior at Pasco High School.
Second Harvest received a $20,000 grant from the organization "Women Helping Women," which helped pay for the food.