Our group is solving hunger one lunch at a time. We aren't trying to reach a quota. Sometime we hand out only a dozen meals, other times we hand out six or seven dozen. It has really been about building up relationships with these "social outcasts". It is scary to talk to them the frist time, but it is all just sterotypes. There are mostly kind-hearted people who just want somebody to listen to them. Occasionally, we have some people that aren't as accepting to our lunch and it is a great learning experience on how to deal with that type of person. The gorup often debreifs what we see from the day after we pass out lunch. We are setting a goal to start a question and answer forum with local high schools to break the sterotypes of homeless people and hopefully stir-up others' desires to help these needy people out. It is a great form of service because it is so flexible for your schedule, wallet, and group number; but, it is such a stretch for you mentally and emotionally to talk to these people that might not fit your standards.