Thu May 7, 2015 9:8AM
Allan Law (seen) distributes sandwiches to homeless people from the back of his minivan, which displays the words “Love One Another.” (File photo)
Allan Law (seen) distributes sandwiches to homeless people from the back of his minivan, which displays the words “Love One Another.” (File photo)

 

Every now and then, we come across inspiring stories of people who have changed the lives of many around them.

An American man has spent a part of his life delivering food and other supplies to people on the streets.

Allan Law, a former teacher in Minneapolis, has been doing it for the past 15 years. Last year alone, the 75-year-old distributed over 500,000 sandwiches to the homeless.

And he has earned himself the nickname ‘Sandwich Man.’ The sandwiches are made by volunteers and donations from various groups to his organization.

After he collects them, Allan begins his delivery at 9 PM, driving his van through the streets of the inner cities in Minnesota and handing out the sandwiches.

He drives on relentlessly, ending his shift at ten in the morning. And he only sleeps two hours in his van.