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Coast News:

ENCINITAS — While their peers are busy keeping up with celebrities, Gabrielle (“Gabri”) Posard and older sister, Camille, are focused on a more serious issue — hunger in the United States.

Camille, 17, is a senior at Carlsbad High School. While producing a story for her broadcast journalism class, CHSTV, she became aware of the food crisis in the United States, especially among military families. Her documentary dealing with the issue, titled “One in Seven, The New Face of Hunger,” debuted at the Global Peace Film Festival in Orlando last weekend and will screen Sept. 30 at the San Diego Film Festival.

Read more: Local Sisters Fighting Hunger

Action For Nature:    http://www.actionfornature.org/tips/2013/03/21/2582

Examiner:

Local food banks eliminate waste and greenhouse gases while providing fresh food

http://www.examiner.com/article/local-food-banks-eliminate-waste-and-greenhouse-gases-while-providing-fresh-food

Patch.com:

Encinitas Teens’ Nonprofit Puts Food in Hands of Hungry Instead of Landfills


North County Times:

What started out as a film project for some local high school students became a quest to help others.

Carlsbad High students Camille Posard and Trent Ryan began working last year on the short documentary "One in Seven, The New Face of Hunger." The trio was joined by around 20 members of the high school's broadcast journalism class.

The film chronicles the plight of those living in poverty in San Diego County who face hunger consistently. It offers a special focus on military families facing hunger issues.

Camille wrote the film, while Ryan assisted with editing and other technical aspects.


Read more: Sister Tackle Hunger


A rose to the outstanding video journalism class at Carlsbad High School ---- this time for a short film, "One in Seven, The New Face of Hunger," documenting the problem in San Diego County.

Students Camille Posard and Trent Ryan started on the project last year and were joined by about 20 members of this year's class.

Read more: Roses and Raspberries


LatinaLista.com:
Spotlight Nonprofit: San Diego teens battle hunger by getting businesses to donate surplus food

http://latinalista.com/2013/02/spotlight-nonprofit-san-diego-teens-battle-hunger-by-getting-businesses-to-donate-surplus-food/

NBC News: 

Camille Posard and Trent Ryan appear on NBC 7/39 to discuss the premiere of One and Seven & Donate Don't Dump.



San Diego Film Festival Premiere

CHSTVfilms premires it's new film One and Seven featuring Donate Don't Dump.


See More: http://www.vimeo.com/29991340


CHSTV News
Chstv Worldwide reports on Gabri Posard's involvement with Donate Don't Dump. 
Saving just 25% of the edible food we dump would feed 20 million people"A University of Arizona study concluded that edible food recovery rates of 10 percent and 25 percent would provide enough food for the equivalent of 8 million and 20 million people, respectively."

50 Billion dollars of edible food is dumped into the garbage in the US
"A 2008 study conducted by the United Nations found that in the United States about 30 percent of the food produced here annually and worth nearly $50 billion is thrown into the garbage."