Original post made on Nov 11, 2008
Open Heart Kitchen, which serves hot meals to people in need, will host an emergency fundraiser Nov. 20 in the hopes that it will raise enough money to keep it from shuttering its doors.
The nonprofit, which serves low-income families, seniors and other vulnerable populations in the Tri-Valley has already begun tapping into its reserve food supply, a victim of the worsening economy.
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