St. Louis Mother Makes Free Meals for Dozens of Kids Daily

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A mother from St. Louis, Missouri is giving back to her community by feeding hundreds of kids.

Champale Anderson, a health care provider and a mother of six, feeds hundreds of children by making snack bags for kids in her community. She has been doing this for five years, KTVI-TV reported. 

Anderson, 48, told Good Morning America that she noticed that some of her kids’ friends were hungry when they visited her house. She also claims to have noticed kids at nearby gas stations asking for change, and Anderson wanted to help them. After she finishes her shift at work at around 12:30 p.m., she runs home to set up her food table, called Champ’s Teardrops, and makes sandwich bags for the kids. Inside the bags are sandwiches, fruit, cookies, juice, or vegetables, according to KTVI-TV.  

“Those kids are waiting on me. I have to be…

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  • Missed

    More black people need to step up instead of shaking their heads and wailing. We also need :

    1) Community policing through groups, block by block, who teach gun safety and self defense.

    What are you waiting for Black people?

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