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Jennifer Doiron
David Rule
Carlos Melendez
Ernesto Vasquez Iii
Helen Hernandez
Stefan Vincent
Courtney Stinson

This morning at the food bank wasn't very busy. We only had about 8 families come in, but it was still a memorable morning. The first woman who came in had a family of 5, and she was grateful for everything we could give her and she took everything thing we could offer. Right after her, a man, and he was a family of 1, came in and demanded everything. He didn't have refrigeration, but I still offered him canned meats, or even pop-top cans he could use. He refused basic items such as crackers, peanut butter, canned goods, etc. I offered him a yogurt and a milk (luxury items we are not required to hand out, but do as we get them in) and he demanded a large tub of sour cream in addition to the milk and yogurt, to go with his chips. I explained to him that we reserve those for larger families and that I had already given him a dairy item, as is policy. He told me I was discriminating and decided he wanted to file a complaint. We still haven't heard anything from the man, but what a night and day difference of people who actually appreciate the help, and people who are so entitled, they demand and expect everything.

Gave 3.00 hours on May 8, 2018 with Concordia University

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