Pancake breakfast held in Fresno for homeless
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A pancake breakfast at a Northeast Fresno church will benefit homeless children all in memory of a former principal who spent his life helping others.
Hope Lutheran Church hosted the 9th Annual Matthew Mueller Memorial Pancake Breakfast Sunday serving breakfast in order to help students in need. Mueller died suddenly more than ten years ago at the age of 38.
Since then, his family has worked with Fresno Unified to raise money to pay for clothes and graduation gowns for homeless students. To date, they've raised more than $80,000.
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