In Raeford, North Carolina, a 91-year-old Korean War veteran -- who wishes to remain anonymous -- made a big impact on his community by donating hundreds of meals to families in need.
The man entered his local Food Lion grocery store and headed straight to the customer service counter, where he wrote a $1,500 check for the store's “Holidays Without Hunger” program. He also wrote a $500 check for 100 pre-packaged meal boxes, which are also part of the program. These boxes contain food for a family of four and are donated to local food banks.
Store manager Charles Campbell said it was the largest single donation by an individual in the program's 17-year history.
The man behind the donation said he didn’t want any publicity, explaining that he “plain and simple didn’t want people to be hungry.”
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