Helen Ashe and Ellen Turner
Each Wednesday at The Love Kitchen in Knoxville, Tennessee, a large group of volunteers unite to prepare and serve breakfasts for the homeless and the poor.
These volunteers also prepare and distribute emergency food bags.
Each Thursday, volunteers prepare and serve lunch and fan out across Knoxville to deliver meals to the disabled, the elderly and others who are homebound.
In all over 3,000 meals are served each week, 80% of those meals served to the homebound.
For nearly 30 years, this incredible interracial charity has lovingly served the public. Yet it all began so modestly on Valentine's Day, 1986 when twin sisters Helen Ashe and Ellen Turner served a meal to 22 needy souls in a small Knoxville church.
Here is their remarkable story:
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