Liam's Lunches Of Love; 14-Year-Old Cambridge Boy Helps Those In Need


CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — Now that the pandemic is receding, a 14-year-old in Cambridge has been able to improve his food delivery service to the homeless in the area.

On any given Sunday, you might see 14-year-old Liam Hannon and his dad walking in Cambridge, feeding people in need.

"We have two wagons, a smaller one and a larger one and we put the lunches on the wagons, and we walk from Central Sqaure to Harvard Sqaure up and down, looking for people in need," said Hannon.

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He said this is something he started four years ago, when he was just 10 years old. The duo was able to keep the deliveries going during the pandemic and over the past four years, they've delivered nearly 15,000 meals.

"It's great that we've done so many, but for me it's really about connecting with people and spreading kindness," said Hannon.

They've named their delivery service Liam's Lunches of Love and for more information on it, you can check out their website Liamslove.com.

WBZ NewsRadio's Carl Stevens (@carlwbz) Reports:

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