Family delivers food, water to people without power

SAN CARLOS PARK, Fla. A single mother and her kids are helping out their San Carlos Park community by delivering hot food and water to people who are still without power.

“It’s just what you’re supposed to do, like that’s what makes a community,” Angela Woodburn said. “You’re supposed to look out for each other.”

Woodburn, her daughter Makenna and the rest of the family have been taking care of their neighbors ever since Hurricane Irma hit and left majority without power.

“You don’t have to have money to give to people,” Woodburn said. “You can help people just by your time, just by checking in.”

From lunch to dinner, the family is driving around hand delivering meals and memories.

“I’ve made some great friends, people I will keep in contact with well after this is all over,” Woodburn said.

Woodburn picks up the food and water from Living Waters Church in Estero. She takes the meals provided by the Mercy Chefs and volunteers to the people in her community.

Reporter:Taylor Bisacky
Writer:Emily Ford