The Kelly Clarkson Show recently featured a local face when Lynne B. Kahn, founder and executive director of the Baltimore Hunger Project, was honored as a “Good Neighbor” on the Jan. 6 episode of the daytime talk show on NBC. Kahn had the chance to tell the story of the Baltimore Hunger Project and her passion behind eliminating  weekend childhood hunger by providing weekend food packages in a compassionate and dignified manner. According to Baltimore Hunger Project, “[I]t’s an easy mission: you see a hungry kid, you feed a hungry kid,” and they have put that into action by providing more than 41,000 weekend food bags to students around Baltimore. This struck a cord with fellow guest, celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, who was a recipient of food support as a child. He observed, “this stops that level of anxiety and more importantly gives them the kind of nutrition and nourishment they need,” Ramsay said. “No kid should be suffering like that.” During the segment, Clarkson and the Conagra Brands Foundation awarded Lynne and the Baltimore Hunger Project a $10,000 grant in recognition of her Good Neighbor Award