1 of 12 View 12 Items Silas Walker, Deseret News Chelsea Baugh, her husband and children help scoop ingredients into bags during the Feed My Starving Children event at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2019. About 1,300 volunteers from Vivint Smart Home packaged more than 272,000 meals to be sent to orphans in Third World countries. SALT LAKE CITY — About 1,300 sales representatives for Vivint Smart Home donned hair nets Wednesday and assembled more than 272,000 meals to be sent to orphans in Third World countries. With upbeat music blaring over speakers at the Salt Palace Convention Center, employees and their families assembled the meals made of rice, soy protein, dried vegetables and a vitamin-rich flavoring substance. “We say it’s the most fun you can have in a hair net,” said Nathan Sheperd, development adviser for Feed My Starving Children, the Christian nonprofit that provides the meal kits and oversees their final delivery. Silas Walker, Deseret News Montana Quivante jokes with other Vivint Smart Home volunteers during the Feed My Starving Children event at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2019. About 1,300 volunteers… Read full this story
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