Mormon and Muslim teens team up for food drive

Teenagers from the Mission Viejo and Santa Margarita, Calif., stakes of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and from the Islamic Shura Council joined together on Aug. 13 for a food drive to benefit local families, collecting an estimated 5,300 pounds of food.

The food was delivered to South County Outreach, which serves families in the California cities of Irvine through San Clemente. Three years ago, SCO served 33,000 people, and this year the organization is on track to help nearly double that amount.

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