PictureTam High grad Kylie Frame, at left, spearheaded the Feed the Frontlines campaign to to feed first responders but also to support local restaurants.

Tam High grad Kylie Frame, whose Feed the Frontlines Marin, a community-driven movement that raised more than $65,000 to both feed first responders but also to support local restaurants trying to sustain themselves amidst the pandemic, drew widespread plaudits and support for her efforts.

People outside the 94941 have taken notices, and Frame was awarded the Association of Fundraising Professionals Golden Gate Chapter’s Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy Award for her efforts. Frame received the award at a Nov. 13th virtual event honoring “individuals, organizations and businesses in the San Francisco Bay Area who generously give their time, talents and resources for the enrichment and benefit of our communities.”

Frame and her team launched the program in Mill Valley and eventually expanded its footprint, in collaboration with local restaurants Shoreline Coffee Shop, Watershed, Bootjack Woodfired, BOL, Flour Craft Bakery, Mon Reve Chocolate Studio and Juice Girl, to feed frontline workers in Marin City. 


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