TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW)- A Topeka non-profit is starting a new program to smash out hunger in the community.
SilverTEENS is a part of the Silverbackks non- profit volunteer group and will have a new summer dinning program at the Hillcrest Community Center. The program 'Smash Plates' has a mission to smash out hunger one plate at a time.
It will be free to children in that community. The program beings May 27 and will run for eleven weeks thought August 8.
Nearly 166 volunteer positions are already filled.
If you would like to volunteer visit
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