This nine-year-old boy is packing quite a punch against hunger while filling as many as 150 sack lunches for the homeless every week.
Dusty Liulay came up with “Dusty’s Sacks of Hope” after a soup kitchen told him he was too young to volunteer. He sat down at the kitchen table and starting packing the brown bag lunches.
Every Sunday, he and some volunteers deliver the lunches to Portland, Oregon’s homeless.
His cousin, Caelie Agosta, helps with the fundraising to pay for the Sacks of Hope. They have a GoFundMe page that’s raised more than $2,600 in about a month. The kids say $200 will provide food bags for 120 to 130 people.
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