Nourishing Lives: Asresash's Dedication to Feeding Hope at Project Mercy

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Asresash is a kitchen worker at Project Mercy. She has been working at Project Mercy for 14 years and has witnessed firsthand the positive impact the organization has had on the local community. Asresash is responsible for making 1,500 breads daily, which are served to the 1,500 children that Project Mercy feeds every day. 

She is passionate about her work and takes pride in being able to give back to the community she grew up in. She believes that Project Mercy has changed the lives of many people in the area and has brought hope and opportunity to those who need it most.


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