Tampa Bay restaurants can help feed the hungry at Trinity Cafe
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Gracie Goltermann is spearheading a project to significantly and positively impact Trinity Cafe. She is asking restaurants in the Tampa Bay area to feed the hungry one day a year at Trinity Cafe. The restaurant will plan the meal, cook it and help serve it to Trinity Cafe guests. Each participating restaurant will help alleviate hunger when they Feed the Need Tampa Bay!
Gracie, 16 years old, has been a Girl Scout for 12 years, since kindergarten. She has always been involved in various community service projects over the years with her Girl Scout Troop, youth group, and Tampa Prep High School. Feed the Need Tampa Bay is a project she is implementing to earn the Girl Scout Gold Award. This award represents the highest achievement in Girl Scouting. Open only to girls in high school, this prestigious award challenges them to change the world—or at least their corner of it as an individual. Gracie’s natural personality gravitates towards helping others whether it be a charity, or her friends and family. As a junior at Tampa Prep she is involved as a peer counselor, Graham Tutoring character GPS, Breast Cancer Club at Tampa Prep, Grand Court, and National Honor Society. And, now she is working to Feed the Need Tampa Bay, a project that will influence the world of hunger in Tampa Bay! Learn more by visiting her web site, viewing her video and then sharing with others!