What's Working in Washington

What's Working in Washington - Ep 290 - What one local man did to fight hunger in the region - Jeremy Lichtenstein

Jeremy Lichtenstein, agent with RE/MAX Realty, discusses Kids in Need Distributors (KIND), the not-for-profit he founded to help children in need get food outside of their reduced meal plans at school.

What's Working in Washington
00:08:10 11/29/2018

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