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Woodinville High student creates Funds for Food clothing line to feed locals in need

Some people really can just do it all and make it look easy. In this case, I'm referring to Woodinville High School junior Madison Chan.

Earlier this month, Chan designed and launched her own clothing line Funds for Food to raise money to help feed locals in need. A big project - yes, but Chan is used to being busy.

"My normal life is pretty hectic," she said. "I'm part of the student body government, a cheerleader, Honor Society co-president, member of the Future Business Leaders of American team and the co-president of the Women of Influence Club."

And to be clear, these are just some of her commitments.

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Chan knew she wanted to help people during this pandemic, and this cause is close to her heart.

"Back in December I was the co-chair of our school's food drive, and that was a really eye-opening experience for me," she said. "I learned that there are so many people that needed food within our community pre-covid, so imagine how many people are in need during this stressful time."

Funds for Food clothing line features hoodies, tee-shirts and face masks, and has generated more than $2,500 in sales so far. Chen's personal favorite is the Homebody t-shirt.

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All the profits benefit the WA Food Fund, a statewide food relief campaign.

"Food is a basic need," said Chen. "It connects us with people, and anyone is need should be able to find help."

You have until June 3 to make a purchase, shop the entire line at