By Beau Daniels

I admire those who give, when they are also in need. You can call it creating good karma or actions that have been taught by your religion. Huffington Post has a very touching story about a stay at home wife in a family that struggles. Instead of taking on a job to help with her families financial needs, she volunteers at a food pantry in which she also has had to use to keep food on the table.

The ladies name is Angela Crangle, and she also helps with the hot foods that are prepared for the needy, “I do my best to try to integrate healthy things for the hot meal, like zucchini or cabbage or different vegetables that a lot of them, I’m finding, have no idea how to prepare.” She volunteers around 30 hours a week and needs the pantry to help feed her own,”For my children, I’d love to have more organic or more things of those nature that I know are healthier,” I suspect my one son has some gluten issues, but we’re not where we can have him tested or anything.”

Tis the season for giving even when you don’t have.

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