A local credit union helped Seattle school lunch shaming/lunch debt activist Jeff Lew reach his Tacoma GoFundMe campaign goal. But his mission to end the practice has just begun.
A local credit union helped Seattle school lunch shaming/lunch debt activist Jeff Lew reach his Tacoma GoFundMe campaign goal. But his mission to end the practice has just begun. Amanda McCoy McClatchy file, 2014
A local credit union helped Seattle school lunch shaming/lunch debt activist Jeff Lew reach his Tacoma GoFundMe campaign goal. But his mission to end the practice has just begun. Amanda McCoy McClatchy file, 2014

No lunch shaming in Tacoma after campaign gets whopping donation

June 11, 2017 08:56 PM

UPDATED June 13, 2017 08:08 AM

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