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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

During the cold weather it can be tough for the homeless to stay warm and find a hot meal.  The owners of a local food truck plan to at least help them find a hot meal today.  

The Kadooks! Food Truck will be at Santa Rita Park today (near 21st Street and 3rd Ave.)  The truck will be feeding the homeless from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.  This is just one of several occasions where the owners of Kadooks! have helped feed those less fortunate.

The idea came up after the owners of the truck were wondering what to do with leftover food, and having driven past Santa Rita Park and seeing those without, decided where that food would go. 

Right now the truck is only able to feed the homeless on an occasional basis, as they are paying for the food out of pocket, but they are hoping to raise funds to do this on a weekly basis.

Last time Kadooks! brought their food truck to feed the less fortunate, they were able to feed some 80 people.  They are hoping to increase that number, but could use a little extra help to do so.

For those interested in donating to Kadooks! cause, go online to http://www.gofundme.com/Fight-Hunger-With-Kadooks

 

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