AUSTIN, Texas — First-grade students at Anderson Mill Elementary assembled and donated care packages for Austin's homeless through Mobile Loaves and Fishes.

In response to the city's homelessness problems, the students prepared the care packages with toiletries and non-perishable items donated from their schoolmates.

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Mobile Loaves and Fishes is an organization that helps to serve Austin's homeless through a variety of programs, including providing clothing, housing and economic opportunities. 

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