When Sandy Kitchen-Brewer decided to join her daughter volunteering at a community kitchen to help make lunches for students going hungry, she had no idea so much need existed.
More than 420 sandwiches later it hit her. 
She saw that was just one morning’s work in Fredericton’s community kitchen. It included bagging sandwiches, fruit and granola bars for delivery to schools in the city. 
That night she convinced her husband, Earl to come along the next time. The following week he showed up to pack lunches and he was just as surprised by the extent of need among local students.  
That’s when Sandy says the couple decided it was time to do more than lend a hand. She and her husband decided to make a donation of a portable with kitchen equipment to the program. 
“We just became very passionate about it because it’s so basic and grassroots, just the basic need of a child to …
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