Before moving to Atlanta, I lived in California for four years. It was there that I discovered my passion to assist with feeding the hungry. Although as a child, my father and I fed the hungry for years, I never really understood the impact a hot meal could have on a person’s life. Fast forward to California. One day I was sitting at a red light on Sepulveda Blvd, on what I thought was the worse day of my life. I looked up to see this lady that appeared to be around my age, going through the trash can while what appeared to be her young son sat on the sidewalk behind her and watched. She pulled out an empty Lays potato chip bag, ripped it apart, and just licked up and down the bag over and over again. She had the most euphoric look on her face as if that was the best thing she had ever experienced. Before I new it, cars were hunking at me and tears were streaming down my face. That day, I became certain that feeding the hungry was going to be a huge part of my life. I wasn’t sure how but I just knew it. Four years ago, I began feeding on Mother’s Day and Thanksgiving. Since then, I have partnered up with a nonprofit, Paper, Inc and we now feed once a month guaranteed up to 4 times a month depending on resources. We are not sandwich feeders… We feed well balanced, soul food dinners. We won’t feed you anything we won’t eat ourselves is our motto and we take great pride in this. My goal is to be able to feed daily… In time…