Valley teens donate time at UCP of Central California
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Some Valley students donated their time and a whole lot of seeds to grow a garden at a local non-profit.
UCP of Central California serves people in the Valley with disabilities including cerebral palsy, down syndrome, and autism. 4-H students donated planters, fruits and vegetables to the organization.
Carson King said, "There's nothing better than when you help people, you don't really get anything out of it for yourself but you get a wonderful feeling."
Every planter is tailored to the students who attend UCP. Staff members say they're grateful for the contribution.
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