Through [Sianna's] work on the advisory board, she hopes to raise awareness of poverty and hunger in the community. In September, she traveled to Columbia, S.C. to attend the organization's national youth training retreat.
'I am looking forward to meeting people and talking to them about hunger and poverty in our local communities," said Sianna. "Sometimes we become overwhelmed and feel like maybe we can't make a difference, but we can.'
Sianna featured in local news!
Sianna Peal was the focus of an article on CentralJersey.com
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