A New Hampshire teen was recently honored for her dedication to helping the homeless in Manchester.
Fourteen-year-old Elise White has been assisting at her local soup kitchen, spending hours serving hot meals to those in need ever since she noticed a group of unhoused.
Elise even inspired a group of ninth graders to volunteer at the soup kitchen weekly.
On Tuesday, Elise was presented with a Chick-fil-A prize pack and a $2,000 check to use a dining credit for hot meals.
“We are honored to recognize Elise as a Community Hero for the impact she’s making on our community and our neighbors in need,” said local Owner-Operator of Chick-fil-A Somerset Plaza, Anthony Piccola. “We admire her servant leadership and want to encourage her and others to continue being good stewards, prioritizing showing care for their community.”
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