When a Jupiter, Florida, real-estate agent learned that over 400 kids in his local school district couldn't purchase a full lunch on account of outstanding cafeteria debt, he want ahead and picked up the entire tab, which was just shy of $1,000.
“These children that were in debt were going to either not eat or they would get just cheese sandwiches and I thought, 'That’s crazy,'"
Andrew Levy said.... Food is something that you shouldn’t have to think about. Children shouldn’t have to learn hungry. Levy also shared his story online, starting a chain reaction dof folks covering student lunch debts in the area.