When the Concrete Food Bank heard that its doors could potentially close for the last time, the organization feard not for themselves, but for the community they serve.
Concrete is a small town in Skagit County, Washington, just Northeast of Seattle. There are only about 716 residents living in Concrete, but the Food Bank has been a vital operation since 2004.
There isn't another food bank within 20 miles, so its closing would have devastated so many patrons that rely on this necessary service.
One loyal American couldn't stand by and watch others suffer, find out what former U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates did to save the day...