I’m a quadriplegic and cannot work. My two mentally challenged nieces live with me also. Honestly, distribution has been the difference between having meals or not. I’m very grateful for the food, time and resources that have been given to me.
I like helping people out. I started volunteering here over the summer (2012) and have stayed ever since.
My taxes have gone up about 6x this year, almost forcing me to come here. I don’t have an I.D. so I couldn’t challenge it. Life’s expensive.
Volunteering at the distributions is very fulfilling, I like helping people who need it. It just makes you feel good.
[The distributions] are honestly a lifesaver and life line for people. It is for me.
[Volunteering] is awesome – you really don’t realize how good you have it until you are here. It is eye-opening.