Savannah Feed the Hungry and BOSS team up to help less fortunate

SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - Savannah Feed the Hungry and the U.S. Army teamed up to help feed some less fortunate. Hundreds of people use the Savannah's Feed the Hungry program to get the food and clothing they need. Now an Army program called BOSS, which stands for Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers, is stepping up to the plate. With the help of the Army, more hungry families will be able to eat.

"We provide support with U.S soldiers. We come out here. We'll help products, unload the trucks, make bags, deliver them food, and help them pass them out. Anything we can do and whatever is needed. However we can help we're here for them," said Darius Estell, U.S. Army BOSS program.

The BOSS program was created in 1989 to help single soldiers find ways to work on community programs. Savannah Feed the Hungry started in 2009, offering free meals, furniture, and clothes to folks who need it.

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