A small, family-owned restaurant in Toronto has started offering free meals to anybody who needs one. It's a place called Samaira's Kitchen. The owner started doing it last week, and it quickly became a community effort.
He taped receipts to his front window with a sign that said, "If you are hungry and have no money, these meals have been paid for in advance." You just grab a receipt, hand it to a server, and they bring you a meal.
As soon as the receipts went up, people started asking how to help. So now customers are donating a ton of meals. The restaurant gave out about 300 of them the first week alone.