A Mississippi teen with a rare blood disorder was offered a Make-A-Wish foundation wish and used it to feed the homeless in his community, every month for a year.


The nonprofit organization says every third Saturday of each month, the Mississippi chapter will work with Abraham to find local supporters to help supply the food they need to feed up to 80 homeless people. They said a local church and business have already supplied two servings.

And when his wish is through in August 2022, Abraham has plans to continue helping the homeless. He wants to turn this effort into a nonprofit – one he’s already named “Abraham’s Table.”

“We’re just very excited to be able to continue on this endeavor. It’s just so rewarding,” his mom said. “If I was out there on the streets, homeless, I would want somebody at some point to think of me and to do something special for me. So, that’s what I try to instill in my kids and we just try to pay it forward, by doing what we were raised to do.”