Woman Expands Garage Food Pantry To Help More People In Need

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Woman Expands Garage Food Pantry To Help More People In Need” – below is their description.

We first met Sue Gandhi last year when NBC News’ Kevin Tibbles visited the food pantry that she runs out of her Illinois garage. After sharing her story, Sue was able to expand her efforts. Now many of the people she helped in the past are paying it forward to support others in need.

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