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He's a man with a van — and a mission. Construction worker Carlos Vargas, who started a mobile food pantry four years ago, and his volunteer crew feed up to 150 people a week in the Bronx and Manhattan, at a time when the city’s homeless population is the highest since the Great Depression.

Volunteers drive a van across the Bronx and Manhatten to feed the hungry and homeless

As are toiletries! Remember this next time you donate stuff to the homeless shelter! And women's products for the monthlies! Boxes of pads and tampons are needed.

Socks are the most needed but least donated article of clothing in homeless shelters

I would love to do this and help people that need the help.

"Penny of Time" Adventure: Kids Helping the Homeless, Delivering Care Packages to the Homeless. one experience in giving away a care package to a man sleeping on a city bench. It was one you won't be forgetting for awhile. Teach children to serve.

Some meals that were eaten during the Great Depression....how many of these are familiar to you?

Could You Stomach These Great Depression Meals? - Survival Mom

The Great Depression was a time of hunger for many families and even today, many Americans remember great depression meals.

Giving Birthday Boxes to the food pantry for children in need. Object lesson on having a heart of gold.  Mt. 25:40

Birthday Boxes

Create these birthday boxes to send to your local food pantry to help kids think of others at a birthday party!

Depression Cooking with Clara - SO cute - 94 year old woman teaches you her cheap and nutritious recipes from the Great Depression and tells you stories from those days. Its like Grandma is teaching you to cook!

Depression Cooking with Clara - SO cute - 94 year old woman teaches you her cheap and nutritious recipes from the Great Depression and tells you stories from those days. It's like Grandma is teaching you to cook! Love her Depression potato-onion-hot dog h

Here is a list of items that we keep stocked in our pantry virtually all the time. I plan meals around what I have in the pantry and I buy what is on sale to keep my pantry well stocked. Click here to see what you need in your pantry  http://www.livingonadime.com/foods-you-need-pantry/

Foods You Always Need In Your Pantry - Be Prepared!

Here is a list of items that we keep stocked in our pantry virtually all the time. I plan meals around what I have in the pantry and I buy what is on sale to keep my pantry well stocked.

Food drives, big and small, are a great way to get involved in your community and lend a hand to your local food bank. #momsfighthunger #nokidhungry #TeamNKH

Food drives, big and small, are a great way to get involved in your community and lend a hand to your local food bank.

How to Build a Depression Era Pantry- Go back to basics with these frugal depression era tips. You will save money and stock your pantry with whole foods.

How to Build a Depression Era Pantry- Go back to basics with these frugal depression era tips. You will save money and stock your pantry with whole foods. These popular life hacks are frugal, healthy, and practical.

Mobile Food Pantries in the Rural South By Alexa Barbee

Mobile Food Pantries in the Rural South

Mobile Food Pantries in the Rural South - Stone Soup - September 2013

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