BRANCHBURG, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – After hearing a story on WCBS 880 about a food shortage at pantries, a teacher at a school for the developmentally disabled in Somerset County, N.J. recruited her students to help.
As WCBS 880’s Sean Adams reported, the older students at the Midland School pitched in and, in the process, got a lot out of it.
“I like making people happy. And I like making people smile,” Matthew Cohen, 20, said. “If you ever want to help out with somebody else who don’t have any food, it’s a great thing to do. Anybody can do it.”