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Bode and Morgan Miller talk live about their ‘Feed the Front Lines’ project

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Olympic skier Bode Miller and his wife Morgan are staying at home like so many of us, along with their six children, including 5-month-old twin boys. But they’re also raising money to give back to first responders in their community through their “Feed the Front Lines” project, connecting restaurants with hospitals. Speaking to TODAY live, Miller says “the emotional boost” may be the most important part. Morgan says teaching children in three different grades at home is a challenge, but also “a blessing.”

Donate to Feed the Front Lines here