SEATTLE – The kindness of strangers during the holidays can be profound and inspiring. On this Christmas, one person’s actions touched the lives of hundreds of needy people who count on Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission for a hot meal. A Secret Santa donated more than 3,500 pounds of steak to be served for Christmas dinners for the homeless.
On Christmas, Susan Ammond volunteered at Union Gospel Mission for the first time, serving up a very special meal to the homeless.
“It warms my heart,” said Ammond. “For these people here, it’s our way to show them how much we love them. They’re human and there’s someone thinking about them every day of the week whether they’re here or not.”
This year, guests got a big surprise for dinner. Everyone who showed up for Christmas dinner at the Union Gospel feasted on a rib-eye steak thanks to a donor who wants to …