Here are a few words from Mr. Seay (pictured above) about his food stamps and a bonafide church hymn from Mr. Ernest Tyree (who'd like to give a shout out to Emmanuel, at Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee).
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Volunteers wait with wheelbarrows to deliver food to the vehicles of each person or family. Each are given what appears to be a weeks worth of groceries and supplies that include back-to-school items, diapers and pet food. Pastor Robert Evans says they started out meaning to feed twenty-two people.
Here's a link to some footage of their food giveaway in June of 2007.
At 8pm on Friday night, people started lining up at Joseph's Storehouse, in Lebanon, Tennessee. They slept in their cars. Typically it's hardest during the last few days of the month. On average, this group of Americans lives whether alone or with their families, on $700. a month.