CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Members of the Rotary Club of Coral Springs-Parkland delivered Tuesday four SUVs filled with food to a Broward County center that feeds the homeless.

The group collected non-perishable foods, such as canned goods, cereal, snacks, and granola bars, at Congregation Kol Tikvah in Parkland and drove them to LifeNet4Families in Lauderhill, which helps people living with hunger, homelessness and poverty.

“During this time, hunger has gotten really bad, especially in areas where this was already a big problem,” said Joshua A. Miller, a financial advisor and a member of the group.

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Rotary Club of Coral Springs-Parkland is a civic organization that raises money and does volunteer work across the region.


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