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It was embarrassing for Angela Davis to visit a food bank for the first time. The five-kid single mother, three of whom were still living at home, had come to the realization that, after paying her bills, she simply didn’t have any money left over to purchase food.

“It seemed humiliating. I was a little depressed about it,” she admitted to CNN over a cup of tea and cookie at St. John the Evangelist Church in Doncaster’s community café. The church runs the cafe in addition to a food bank that gives residents in need free food, clothes, home goods, and other necessities.

Davis arrived two hours before the chapel doors opened and lined up. Waiting paid off



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