When snowstorms canceled schools for a full week around Cincinnati, Ohio, it meant a week of empty stomachs for many low-income kids who rely on free school lunches.
But on Friday, teachers and volunteers across the region pitched in to help.
Principal Kyle Niederman rallied two dozen teachers and staff members who volunteered their time to knock on doors and deliver food to make sure that all of their students were fed.
20 teachers did the same in Kentucky, according to Freestore Foodbank.
(WATCH the video above, or READ the story from Cincinnati Enquirer) – Story tip from Kris Hrenko Hutto