FLORIDA (KTNV) — A Tallahassee couple says they've found a new sense of purpose brought on by the pandemic.
Erick and Pam Moody decided to transform their food truck business into a nonprofit, serving 100 free meals a day.
With a growing need to feed those less fortunate, Erick says the business named for his mother, Mae's Mobile Kitchen, helps him carry on her legacy.
What a difference they're work is making for those who would otherwise go hungry.
Since the start of the pandemic, Mae's Mobile Kitchen has served more than 5,000 meals.