Philando Fundraising Campaign Clears All St. Paul School Lunch Debt
11 monthes ago - By CBS
MINNEAPOLIS - A fundraising campaign to honor the memory of Philando Castile raised enough money to help pay off every St. Paul Schools students' lunch debt for at least a year.
Philando, 32, was fatally shot by a St. Anthony police officer while sitting behind the wheel during a traffic stop in July of 2016.
The officer was charged with a crime but was later acquitted by a jury.
Valerie Castile, Philando's mother, helped present a check to J.J. Hill Montessori on Friday afternoon, where he worked as a nutrition supervisor.
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