100,000 teens go hungry to fight poverty

- More than 100,000 Canadian youth are set to participate in the World Vision 30 Hour Famine on April 16-2010.

- Funds raised from the Famine will go to support Haiti relief and long-term development projects as well as supporting on-going efforts to eradicate hunger, poverty and injustice around the world.

- Youth will go without food for 30 hours in an effort to understand what hunger feels like and raise funds to fight poverty.

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