For the past twenty years, I have spent that time raising my children and trying to teach them to give of their time and money to those less fortunate and in need. In the past, I have supported the Windber Area Community Kitchen from a distance, giving when I could and helping out once in a while. Now, as I have learned more and more about how we feed the children and provide meals and community time for the adults and elderly, I have committed to helping WACK grow and prosper. The sense of worth that you get, knowing you help provide the basic need of food, is more valuable than any amount of money. Proverbs 28:27- He who gives to the poor will never want, but he who shuts his eyes will have many curses.