Second Harvest asks public to vote in Walmart hunger content

Second Harvest asks public to vote in Walmart hunger content

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MARYVILLE (WATE) - Second Harvest Food Bank is competing to win a big grant from Walmart to help fight hunger in East Tennessee.

The nonprofit is asking people to cast their votes for the food bank in the hopes of winning a $45,000 grant.

Anyone interested in voting can do so by visiting Walmart's Fighting Hunger Together page, which asks users to vote for the charity of your choice via Facebook.

Voting continues through April 30 and there is no limit to the number of votes you can cast.

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