Kids hold cereal drive to fill shelves at Union County food shelter

Two children recently held a cereal drive for a Union County food shelter when they noticed that particular food was missing.

Twins Amisha and Ronak Ghelani noticed the cereal shelves at the East Union Empowerment Center in Marshville were pretty empty. It turns out that cereal is usually the first thing to go people come to pick up food.

So, Amisha and Ronak decided to hold a cereal drive in their neighborhood. Their neighbors came through big time!

The twins’ living room started to fill up with cereal. By the time their collection was over, they delivered more than 500 boxes.

They said if they can do it, anyone can do it.

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