Lunch Lifeline

For 10-year-old Franklin, the Cross International-funded feeding program at Elohim School in Peru is a lifeline. He will often eat his fruit at lunchtime but hold the rest of his lunch until later in the day because he knows there will be no dinner. What would he do with without the school meal?
For 10-year-old Franklin, the Cross International-funded feeding program at Elohim School in Peru is a lifeline. He will often eat his fruit at lunchtime but hold the rest of his lunch until later in the day because he knows there will be no dinner. What would he do with without the school meal?

-Nola B.

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