CHICAGO (CBS)– One high school student found a way to get her Driver’s Ed hours while helping those in need.

Kelly Kim has been picking up and delivering donations to Northfield Township Food Pantry.

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“It’s probably one of the best feelings in the world knowing that you can help someone else, knowing that you’re doing something to impact the community a little more,” Kim said. “Double bonus.”

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She realized she could help the food pantry while getting driving hours.

To donate food for delivery, you can email Kim at Kimfoodbankexpress@gmail.com

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