Cincinnati man makes use of stimulus test to donate meals to neighbors in want

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A Cincinnati man uses his stimulus check to help others in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. Manuel Foggie, who lives in the area, said he was blessed not to miss a meal during this pandemic, but knows that many others are struggling to keep up with the bills. He decided to use this last federal government stimulus payment to give something back. He woke up at 6 a.m. on Saturday to put together 200 spaghetti dinners with bread, salad, and a biscuit. And he stopped in the greater Cincinnati area to distribute them. “I was at work on Monday just thinking how blessed I have been during this pandemic that I haven’t missed a meal. I haven’t missed a bill and that I got my $ 600 stimulus check and with it people eat and Bought gloves, scarves, hats. Anything to keep warm, “Foggie said. He went down the banks and Washington Park to give something to the homeless population. Foggie said if you can bless someone else – do it.

A Cincinnati man uses his stimulus check to help others in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Local resident Manuel Foggie said during this pandemic he has been blessed not to miss a meal but knows many others are struggling to keep up with the bills.

So he decided to use this latest federal government stimulus payment to give something back.

He woke up at 6 a.m. on Saturday morning and put together 200 spaghetti dinners with bread, salad, and a cookie.

And he stopped in Greater Cincinnati to distribute them.

“I was at work on Monday just thinking how blessed I have been during this pandemic that I haven’t missed a meal. I haven’t missed a bill and that I got my $ 600 stimulus check and with it people eat and Bought gloves, scarves, hats. Anything to keep warm, “Foggie said.

He went down the banks and Washington Park to give something to the homeless population.

Foggie said if you can bless someone else – do it.