An anonymous Maryland mother is being hailed for leaving out hundreds of bagged lunches for her community during the novel coronavirus shutdowns.
The unidentified do-gooder has been leaving the healthy meals on a tent-sheltered table at a busy intersection in Severna Park. Hanging from the table is a sign that reads: “For anyone who needs it … I will be leaving some healthy sack lunches on this table for you if you are hungry and need to eat. Made with love by a neighborhood mom in a clean and sanitized kitchen.”
The table has reportedly been stocked with free lunches between 11AM and 1:30PM every day for a number of weeks.
For Kimberly Gussow, a mother-of-two who has been scrimping and saving to make ends meet as she works from home, the lunches have been a much-appreciated gesture of kindness for her kids during the quarantine.
“This makes me embrace my community even more. I’m proud to live here,” Gussow told ABC News. “It’s great to show our kids that there is good in our world. It’s not just about ourselves, it needs to be about others too.”
The table even caught the eye of state Delegate Nic Kipke, who praised the labor of love on his Facebook page, saying: “Things like this really lifts my spirits! It’s great to see so many in our community doing so much to care for others during this stressful time.”
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