Lisa Klein has packed thousands of pounds of kids clothes for underprivileged newborns, through her non-profit, Loved Twice.
I can’t begin to explain the thrill that came from this surprise delivery for Jorge Munoz, a.k.a. the “Angel in Queens.” But we were the ones who received the biggest gift.
While Toan Lam is out of town for the next week or so, I shall be receiving the inspirational words from his many wonderful events
I am humbled. I met a real life Angel recently. His name is Jorge Munoz and he lives in Queens, New York. This is not just a story about a man who has spent the last few years tirelessly cooking, packing and giving free, hot meals to hungry people every day under a subway stop — some 70,000 in total.
Since publishing our story about 5-year-old Phoebe Russell’s efforts to feed the hungry, donations and reactions have poured in.
It was July 21, 2009, exactly 11:09 a.m. when I got this e-mail from Arianna Huffington: Hi Toan, this is wonderful. We would love for