A mother of six from Missouri would feed hundreds of needy children in St. Louis.
Champale Anderson, of North St. Louis, has been feeding children living in poverty in his neighborhood for five years, KTVI-TV reported.
The health care provider told the TV channel that she had an open door policy for children in the community who could knock on her door before and after school for a snack.
She said the bags are filled with peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, cookies, fruits, vegetables, juices and snacks.
She said that she prepares about 100 bags a day for the children and that she sometimes has to make a little more unexpectedly.
She has a sign in front of her house promoting free snacks offered by local children.