A group of around 30 people will be eating only one meal per day for a week straight to raise awareness for those in need.
INDIANAPOLIS -- An Indianapolis group is taking a weeklong challenge to eat just one meal per day and boycott all snacks to raise awareness and money for families in need.
Their goal is to get to the root cause as to why families need food banks and to bring awareness to the struggle that thousands of central Indiana families face each day.
Watch the video above for more about "Beyond this Hunger" and what they are doing for families in need around central Indiana.
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