Charlotte woman turns home into food pantry for students

Charlotte woman turns home into food pantry for students

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A Charlotte woman turned her home into a food pantry for students.

On the corner of Zebulon Avenue in Concord, all are welcome.

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Founder of Esther’s Heart, Andrea King, spends hours inside her one-car garage with volunteers sorting and packing food for students who need it most.

“The excitement on the kids’ faces is priceless,” King said.

>>In the video at the top of the page, Channel 9′s Damany Lewis sits down with the woman who is making it her mission to feed children who otherwise wouldn’t have anything to eat.

More information about Esther’s Heart here.

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