A high school senior in Sacramento is going above and beyond to help people in need during the pandemic. She’s building high-tech neighborhood food pantries to help feed people this holiday season.
“I wanted to do something for the community,” said 18-year-old C.K. McClatchy High School student Ashley Jun.
For her senior project, which is a graduation requirement for all seniors in the Sacramento City Unified School District, Jun decided to help people who may be going hungry during the pandemic.
“Basically people can see it, they can walk up, they can look for something that they want, maybe something that looks tasty to them, and then they can just take it home,” Jun explained.
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