Our Dog Ministries serves lunch to homeless
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Some of Fresno's homeless had Christmas Eve lunch brought to them thanks to the man who serves hot dogs with a side of hope.
He heads up "Our Dog Ministries".
Scott and his team handed out hot dogs Friday in the streets of Downtown Fresno along with words of encouragement to those in need.
Since our first story Scott says his ministry is growing.
"Today we have over 300 stockings filled with socks, scarves hats gloves. We have oranges, we have tons of clothes to go give the homeless," Scott Bellefeuille said.
Bellefouille knows how it feels to be homeless. He once lived on the street while battling drug and alcohol problems. But he's been clean and sober for about two years now.
Bellefeuille uses his own money and individual donations to buy the hot dogs, water and other supplies every month.NEWS BY LOCATION | ABC30 BLOGS | DISCUSSION FORUMS
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