This NJ Woman Came Up With BRILLIANT Way To Feed 30,000 People For FREE… Here’s How

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29-year-old Lauren Puryear is doing her very best to be the change that she wishes to see in the world, living the idea of “love your neighbor as yourself.” 

She works as a mental health clinician by day and spends her evenings and weekends helping to feed the hungry. She has set a goal of delivering 30,000 meals to people who are food insecure by her 30th birthday.  When she’s not working at her job, the single mother of a five-year-old son toils at bringing meals to people in New Jersey, in Washington, D.C., in Baltimore, and beyond.

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A resident of Woodbridge, New Jersey, Puryear learned from her grandmother from an early age the importance of helping others.  After her grandmother passed, she started an organization For The Love of Others, which aims to assist people of all backgrounds “through providing opportunities to enable them to live a purposeful life,” according to its website.

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She started out buying food in bulk from stores like BJs, Costco, Amazon, and eBay.  Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough. She wanted to be able to help more people and dollars only stretch so far.  Then Puryear discovered couponing. She quickly realized that by utilizing coupons, she could reach hundreds more people, potentially even thousands. If done correctly, she stated that she can feed as many as 150 people on just $20.00, depending on the items.

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“I started couponing for food items like spaghetti, meatballs, and I was (often) able to get the items for free or for little to no money,” she explained.

“There are coupons in the Sunday paper, or online that you can print … so I collect as many as I can, match them to the store and that is how I am able to get the items for free,” she said.

Puryear went on to explain that though it seems like a time-consuming process, once you get the hang of it, it’s fairly easy.  It just requires a willingness to keep up with it and be persistent. So far, she has delivered 5,000 meals and she believes she is on track to reach her goal by next year.

She takes her son with her as often as she can when passing out these meals, instilling in him the love of helping others that was instilled in her by her grandmother and passing on that legacy of love.

She states, “It is very important to teach him to help other people. The little things we take for granted, the food we throw away every day … and if we just spread a little more love around, the world would be such a better place.”

For more information on For The Love Of Others, or to learn how to get involved, visit www.fortheloveofothers.net.

h/t – www.NJ.com

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