Burrito Project

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Burrito Project is a group of friends that feeds the hungry and homeless in cities around the world, encouraging people "to get together with friends and build burritos to take to the streets".[1] Anyone can start a Burrito Project and the organization encourages everyone to help feed the hungry in their local communities.

The first Burrito Project was The Mission Burrito Project in San Francisco. It was started in 1996 by Noah D and was a group effort of the local graffiti and hip hop community, primarily the ATEAM and ESL crews.[citation needed]

In December 2006, The Burrito Project won the Myspace Impact Award for poverty relief.[2]

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  1. ^ DeWolfe, Chris (2007-05-07). "The MySpace Generation". Special Report. Forbes. Retrieved 2008-01-03. 
  2. ^ Burrito Project : First MySpace Impact Awards Recipient

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