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Heather Mills Donates $1 Million In Vegan Food To Children In New York City

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One point for Team Heather!

Just weeks after I officially declared myself retired from the old team, the maiden of controversy is giving me good reason to suit up and play ball.

Heather Mills is donating $1 million in food products to the children of Hunts Point in the South Bronx. For all those non-New Yorkers out there, the South Bronx is one of the few areas left in NYC that’s in pretty bad shape. Nearly half of local families live below the poverty level and many struggle everyday just to survive.

To help lighten their load, Heather will donate the food tomorrow during a ceremony in Hunts Point Riverside Park with Congressman José Serrano. Besides footing the bill, Mills plans on pitching in at the grill and firing up some delicious meatless option. Oh yes folks — all the food she’s donating is TOTALLY VEGAN!!!!! For her actions, Serrano and the city of New York will present Mills with an honorary congressional award.

I know, I know…a lot of people out there don’t like this chick! But how can I not support her when she’s not only helping my city, but promoting a lifestyle I wholeheartedly believe in? Sorry guys, this point goes to Team Heather!

via: found by Ecorazzi photographer Andrew Ford on NYMag.com

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