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Our Daily Bread gets big boost from generous donor

Justin Struble, owner of Wealth CAPS financial planning company, donated a $1,000 check to the soup kitchen. Justin Struble, owner of Wealth CAPS financial planning company, donated a $1,000 check to the soup kitchen.
Struble says when he heard about the financial problems at the soup kitchen, he felt he had to help in some way. Struble says when he heard about the financial problems at the soup kitchen, he felt he had to help in some way.
JACKSON COUNTY, MS (WLOX) -

Our Daily Bread in Pascagoula received a big check on Tuesday to help resurrect its home delivery service. Justin Struble, owner of Wealth CAPS financial planning company, donated a $1,000 check to the soup kitchen.

Last month, Our Daily Bread stopped delivering meals to hundreds of elderly and disabled people in Moss Point, Pascagoula and Gautier because of funding issues. Struble says when he heard about the financial problems at the soup kitchen, he felt he had to help in some way.

"I do a charity a month, and they do a lot of good work feeding a lot of people here. They have been really tight on money, so a little bit I can do will hopefully go a long way," said Struble.

Our Daily Bread officials say they have continued to serve meals at the soup kitchen on Old Mobile Highway in Pascagoula.

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