Chef Max Hardy helps stop hunger through event held by One Chef Can 86 Hunger

A celebrity chef took to the streets of Fort Lee this afternoon to roll up his sleeves and help stop hunger. Personal chef Max Hardy

Chef Max Hardy, along with Amare Stoudemire, dished out packaged meals at the Boys and Girls Club on Nassau Avenue.

Chef Max Hardy, along with Amare Stoudemire, dished out packaged meals at the Boys and Girls Club on Nassau Avenue. (10/19/13)

BROOKLYN - A celebrity chef took to the streets of Fort Lee this afternoon to roll up his sleeves and help stop hunger.

Personal chef Max Hardy held an event for his foundation called One Chef Can 86 Hunger. The chef dished out packaged meals at the Boys and Girls Club on Nassau Avenue.

According to Hardy’s foundation, 16 million children nationwide deal with hunger every day.

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