Christmas every week for the hungry souls!
I don't like to say that we are helping the poor, as these guys are trying their best to feed themselves and their families.
They don't stand on the street corners begging every day, but they rather wait hopefully that someone who needs laborers will pick them up.
Many of them are qualified tradesmen, but there is just no work available.
We bring them respite by feeding them.
Come and have a look!
They know our van well and rush for food at every stop that we make!
Every here and there at our feeding stops I peep into someone's garden to see what's available. This female Carpenter bee came to pose for a shot!
Almost an embarrassed smile, but yet he appreciates our help.
3 old ladies inside the van handling the food stock and two outside handing out the food.
Marian can be seen here with her back to the camera.
I saw him landing in a garden and snapped him in an instant!
Now this is a real happy good smile methinks!
I so wish that I could help them to get work.
Here. the team arrived back after the day's adventure. 150 buckets of soup, packets of sandwiches and bottles of water gone!
Another shot that I grabbed along the way somewhere.
And I thought that this was the last one, but somebody was waiting for us at home!
As we arrived home another feeding scheme was waiting as Mr Egyptian goose came swooping in.
What a great landing and Marian rushed inside to go and get their food.
And that was our Monday my friends. A great way to start a week, knowing that we were of some great use to somebody in need. This is what unconditional giving in the charity world is all about. Not a very glamorous job I know, but who needs glamour if you can make the hearts of others happy?
NOTE; I am posting earlier, as we have a 4 hour powercut due in half an hour!
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