A mother of six in Missouri is being praised for packing 100 lunches daily for hungry kids in her neighborhood. Champale Anderson prepares a table full of food every day as part of her grassroots charity, Champ’s Tear Drops. Anderson’s speciality is PB&J, adding, “I don’t just put on the peanut butter and then the jelly. I mix it up with love.” She also recently told Good Morning America. “I didn’t have a great childhood. It was pretty rough. That made me not want any other kid to go through that.” A GoFundMe page for her charity has brought in more than $55,500.
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