In November 2020, teenage sisters Eliza and Hena Abdul arrived at the San Antonio Food Bank with their father Shamim Abdul to donate the profits from their online bakery business, “Whisk’N Cake”.
The trio were shocked by the scene in front of them as the pandemic spread into its seventh month. A mile-long line of cars, trucks and SUVs backed out of the parking lot on the former Highway 90. Throughout the coronavirus, more than 300 people on average arrived early in the morning at Carmago Park. Food bank volunteers asked motorists to park in horizontal rows on the lot to wait for the signal to get to the food distribution event.Source link