Hundreds of volunteers from Dunwoody United Methodist Church and the Dunwoody and Sandy Springs communities worked Saturday to assemble 150,000 dehydrated meals for children in need across the globe. This will be the largest effort of its kind in metro Atlanta for Stop Hunger Now. Volunteers formed large assembly lines for the work. Dehydrated meals ship quickly and have a 5-year shelf life. They are made of rice, soybeans, vegetables and 21 essential vitamins. Stop Hunger Now primarily targets children through school lunch programs but will also expand to the community it is serving based on need.