I was shopping at a grocery store with my two girls that were age 6 and 7. when we came out of the grocery store a homeless man approached us and offered to work cleaning our yard or whatever. I was so touched by him, I shared I didnt have work but volunteered at a place where he may find some work. He allowed me to give him the information. I gave him cash and noticed he had a dog. Asked him if I could get his dog some food and he said yes. I have done this several time with my daughters when we have either turned around to the grocery store to buy food for a homeless person , to making sandwiches and driving around town to deliver. Lastly, we started to volunteer at a food bank... to me providing food to others is a way to care and being hope to others. Lastly, I have made it a practice the last 5 years to donate any extra food to church or non for profit pantries. It has delighted us when we see others pick up what we have brought in with such happiness. Providing food, water, health , clothes and community is priceless to me.