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Rick Steves, well-known travel host and longtime Bread for the World member, will be the keynote speaker at this year’s 16th annual Gala to End Hunger on Dec. 3 in New York City.
Steves, who is the host and writer of public television’s most-watched and longest-running travel series, “Rick Steves’ Europe,” will also be honored at the gala for his tireless work advocating against hunger.
The gala will be co-hosted by Bread for the World, Bread for the World Institute, and the Alliance to End Hunger. To purchase tickets and for more information about the event visist www.bread.org/nygala.
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