Tommy Kelly said, “Hop in the car, let’s find you a place.”
When the brutal winter weather arrived in Oklahoma City this week, Tommy Kelly loaded up his four-door Jeep Wrangler to fulfill his long-standing mission: providing food and shelter to the homeless community.
This was not an easy task. In fact, it took a tremendous effort from a man who has been trying to create a “second chance in life” since becoming somber four years ago.
In 2017, Kelly started the foundation someday soon – which provides homeless communities with basic necessities and transportation – to fulfill this very mission.
After seeing that frictional temperatures were expected along with snow and ice, Kelly urged her social media followers to donate to her foundation to help our less fortunate people “get more and more coats, blankets, tents and sleeping Bag can be found “.
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“They said it’s a difficult world but let’s show some hope for those who may be lacking,” he wrote Facebook.
It is revealed that he was able to make too much after rolling in charity.
With $ 10,000 in donations and an additional $ 5,000 from her own pocket, Kelly was able to provide 30 people atop the motel room or drive them to get a hot meal.
“[I’d] Ask them what they need. If they needed a place to live… they were getting a place to live, ”Kelly told Granthshala News.
He Remembering them, “Hop in the car, let’s find you a place.”
And in that jeep, Kelly also worked in stores and stocked blankets, jackets, gloves, hand shoes, tents and sleeping bags to bring to homeless camps in the area.
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“Anything that you can think of that will keep you warm we dropped away,” he said.
In some cases, Kelly sits outside and dines with them just to remind them that “they are still human” and that “nobody cares what that is.”
Upon waking up one day in August 2016, that perception helped him and felt that he was “enough” and reached out for help with his alcohol problem.
“The way I see it, most of us, most of the world, we’re just a few bad decisions … a big mistake or an accident where it’s ending,” he said.
Because he was able to get a second chance, he made Somaye Soon with one goal: to make sure that one person was not forgotten.
Since then, he and an incredible team of volunteers, equipped with a 20-foot cooker, served 1,000 hot meals to the homeless community each month. They will establish a spot on the streets of Oklahoma City and serve anything from hot dogs to tacos to spaghetti.
Even during the epidemic, Kelly and his team served as much food as possible.
Her goal has always been to “spread hope”, not only in herself but to all those around her.
“You may not be great right now but someday you will be,” he said.