When School's Out, This Grandmother Delivers Free Lunches to Kids in Need
Many kids who rely on free school lunches don’t get enough food when school is out for the summer. So Phyllis Shaugnessy, a 74-year-old grandmother, started Green Lantern Lunches in Grays Harbor County, Washington. She and her volunteers hand pack 300 lunches a day and deliver them to families in need. Phyllis wants families to know that their community cares, and her kindness is evident. It’s important to teach sharing and caring at a young age, and she’s leading by example.