WACO, TX — The McLennan County Hunger Coalition is celebrating 15 years of service in Central Texas, and a new partnership with the Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty.
The Hunger Coaltion, the first established in Texas, has been addressing hunger in the area since 2005.
The coalition will commemorate this achievement by hosting a celebration on Jan. 31 at the Olive Branch, located at 215 South 2nd Street in Waco.
The come and go event will feature an art exhibit from local nonprofit, Seeds of Hope. There will also be a drawing for sports memorabilia that will benefit the summer and after-school meal program at Red Oak Town Homes.
Admission is free and open to the public.
There will be opportunities to donate to the Hunger Coalition’s work in the community.