Tennessee kids start nonprofit, deliver food to first responders in Knoxville

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — A Tennessee woman and her two children are making sure front line workers helping out during the coronavirus pandemic are getting hot meals.

“Project Be Kind” is a nonprofit started by Knoxville resident Mary Kathryn Kennard and her children, 9-year-old Kathryn Durr and 7-year-old Fritz Durr, WBIR reported. Their first project, “Restaurants Feeding First Responders,” was created when Kathyrn and Fritz worried about their favorite eateries and how first responders were managing during the pandemic, according to the Project Be Kind website.

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