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Almost everyday we witness Americans in need, either being ignored or in some cases abused by a government bureaucracy that no longer truly cares about its own.

We watch in disbelief as hundreds upon hundreds of military vets around the nation die while waiting on long and in some cases bogus created lists, to simply see a doctor within the VA System, and we witness the privileged ruling class in Washington exempting themselves from the very laws they’ve created, while according a multitude legal privileges and entitlements to illegal refugees while ignoring those Americans in crisis.

This is simply another tale of one of those forgotten Americans among us, which thankfully caught the attention of social media.

This heartbreaking incident took place in Tennessee; however it could have easily been in the teeming tenements of a Bronx Housing project, or anywhere, where poverty and hunger lurk.

Sixteen year old Chauncy Jones Black approached Matt White inside a Kroger store and asked if he could carry his bags in exchange for food.

White writing about the incident on Facebook describes the moment he came into contact with the youngster: “This kid looked like he had been turned down 100 times; he looked ashamed, hungry and broken. In my heart I screamed a loud ‘yes!’, but to him I just chuckled and said, ‘Yeah dude, we’ll get you some donuts.'”

White continues: “I asked him if he was by himself and he said that he had come all the way out here with the hopes of someone buying him something to eat because he and his mother had nothing at home. He had no phone, a bus pass, and he was depending on the graces of a stranger to feed him within the hour before the bus left.”

However White is providing this young man with a lot more than donuts and has created a “GoFundMe page which raised over $210,000.

White also created a video interview to help Chauncey land odd jobs:



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