When 35-year-old Jae Major woke up one morning a few weeks ago, all she had in her new apartment was instant oatmeal. Unemployed, she had no money and a hungry son to feed. So, like many people in a bind, she began looking for help.
“Last night going to bed, I kept thinking in my head, I was like ‘What am I gonna do for lunch and dinner?’” she said.
That’s when she discovered Food-For-All, a new, faith-based organization founded on the idea that everyone has the right to a good meal.