In today's edition of the "Good Stuff," a Minnesota man starts a fund to help kids in need get hot lunch. CNN's Chris Cuomo reports.
In Minnesota right now, there are 45 public schools that will turn a student away from the lunch counter hungry if his account is empty. Staff will pull him out of the line and even stamp his hands.
Dave Axel says he can't stand for that.
“I just didn't like it and I sent my money in right away," he says. "The more I thought about it, the more intense I became about it, and I wanted to do something for them.”
Axell has started the "Otter Angels" fund to pay for lunch for those students who can't afford it.
The best part is it's all done through the cash register so the fund kicks in automatically and anonymously.
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