The World Would Not Go Hungry If Every Grandma Was Like This

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This amazing video tells the story of a great-grandmother who delivers 200 sack lunches every day to needy children. When she learned that funding restrictions had eliminated free lunches for kids during the summer, retiree Phyllis Shaughnessy went into action, reports Huffington Post. She established Green Lantern Lunches, which delivers free, non-perishable meals to low-income kids who might otherwise go hungry when school is not in session. Along with a small group of volunteers, Shaughnessy works every day without pay to ensure that kids in her community are fed. The program even gives out school supplies at the start of the school year.

Watch the video below to learn more!

There are ways you can help those in need as well, and it doesn’t have to cost you a thing. Learn more here!

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The Hunger Site is a place where people can come together to help the hungry, in the U.S. and around the world. In addition to signing petitions, shopping for the cause, and staying informed about hunger and poverty, visitors can take just a moment each day to click on a yellow button to provide much-needed food for people in need. Visit The Hunger Site and click today - it's free!