This Trinidadian Woman In The US-Helps Make Thanksgiving Meals For Hundreds in Need

Dec 2, 2017
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More than 10 years, Anne-Marie Williams who was born in Trinidad and Tobago, cooked and fed the homeless in East Flatbush, New York on Thanksgiving -just using her kitchen.

When Williams started back in 2001, she wanted to teach her grand children to be grateful for what they had. Even though Williams is not wealthy, she believes that she had enough to give back to those less fortunate.

She said,

“We are not celebrating Thanksgiving, we are going to cook and go on the streets and feed the people on the streets'”

Here is the story carried recently on News12 Brooklyn TV Station


The operation has grown each year. Now, dozens of neighbors come from near and far, many of them children, to chip in, pack up food that’s been cooked with love, and box it up. The meals are delivered to nearby homeless shelters.

Story curated from News12 Brooklyn

Moses Jameson

Moses is a Jamaican and loves Reggae Music. He loves sharing his experiences about the Caribbean Culture.

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