INDIANAPOLIS - This week, teens across Indiana learned just how good it can feel to give back to their community.
TeenWorks held its annual volunteer day at Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana on Wednesday.
Just over 200 student employees and staff members gathered in the distribution center, sorting and packaging food.
During the six-week summer program, teens will work at other sites throughout the community.
Watch our video to see for yourself!
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