Way to go, Nathan! We are so glad to have you on our team this year!"I love working with the Souper Bowl of Caring because I can directly see the impact I am making, whether it is serving food to the hungry or watching my drives exceed their goals," Gardstein said. "The National Youth Advisory Board not only made me more empathetic towards hunger and poverty, but taught me key interpersonal and life skills such as communication, planning, and organization."
Article from Southwest News
Check out our very own National Youth Advisory Board member, Nathan Gardstein, on Page 8 of the January 5th edition of Southwest News!
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