Mother of 6 kids gives 100 school bags and daily lunch to kids from needy families

Mother of 6 kids gives 100 school bags and daily lunch to kids from needy families

- A mother of six has been impacting poor families in her community

- Champale Anderson, has been providing kids in her community with lunch every day

- The North St. Louis native targets kids from needy families and also provides them with bags

Champale Anderson, a North St. Louis woman has been providing lunch to feed kids from needy families in her community through her project.

The mother of six and health care provider reveals that she is on a mission to touch lives by feeding needy kids to ensure that those kids do not go to bed hungry.

Champale revealed in an interview that she had noticed that the kids were going hungry and needed to step into help the situation.

She has an open door policy for the kids in school and in the community. The children can knock on her door any time, before or after school for breakfast.

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Mother of 6 kids gives 100 lunches and school bags daily to kids from needy families
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Anderson says she always has a surprise for the kids who always gets off their school bus running to her for unkown special treats.

The children leave with their bags filled with goodies such as jelly sandwiches, cookies, fruit, vegetable, juice, snacks and some other surprises.

''It actually makes me proud and I aim to reach more neighbourhoods and give bags,'' Champale Anderson.

She also gives out hundred bags every day to help the kids go to school happy.

Champale reveals that she lives by the saying that she alone cannot change the world ''but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.''

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