A pizza shop manager noticed people going through their bins so they did this and it will warm your heart
The homelessness crisis worsens year on year, leaving more rough-sleepers than ever struggling to find a meal and shelter. When the manager of a Little Caesars fast food shop in Dakota realised that people had been hunting through their bins for food, she was moved to put up this sign.
Michelle Lussier’s branch of Little Caesars also donates leftover food to the homeless and to food banks, cutting down on waste at a time when it’s more needed than ever. Customers are able to help with the costs via a donation box on the counter.
This is how the story was reported on the local news.
Let’s hope it inspires more food outlets to join her.
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