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Heather Mills Opens New Space For Vegan Food Donations

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Oh Heather, how you warm my heart so!

Heather Mills recently visited NYC to help open a new space for the Hunts Point Alliance for Children (HPAC). The newly renovated office will serve as a community gathering space and center for distributing the over $1 million in vegan food products that Heather donated in 2008.

In an exclusive interview with us just last year, Mills revealed:

“I mean my dream is to ultimately build a manufacturer in the Hunts Point area because they’re looking for more green businesses there. I’ve got lots of plans and they’re all nearly there.”

Looks like Heather is serious about her commitment to the Hunts Point area.

Visit the Hunts Point Alliance for Children website to learn more about their important note.

[Editor note: This story has been amended to include updated information.]

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