Q&A with Bruno Serato: Feeding the poor is 'absolutely necessary'

Jun 20, 2015 696

By Kathleen Luppi

Bruno Serato, the owner of Anaheim White House restaurant, has served 1 million meals to hungry children over 10 years.  The restaurateur's mission of serving pasta dinners to Orange County's neediest families paid homage to his humble beginnings in his homeland of Italy and led to him founding the service organization Caterina's Club, named in honor of his late mother.

Serato now serves more than 1,200 children daily in seven cities: Anaheim, Stanton, Buena Park, Garden Grove, Fountain Valley, Orange and Santa Ana.

After learning about the number of families living in motels in Anaheim, he expanded Caterina's Club to help relocate families to homes. Serato was named one of CNN's 10 Heroes of the Year. He was also knighted by the Italian government and awarded the Boys & Girls Clubs of America President's Award.

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Source: http://www.dailypilot.com/

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