For 45 years, survivalist Joe Badame of Medford, New Jersey, has been preparing for doomsday.
The architect and his late wife built a bunker in their basement that could accommodate 100 people. It has a lead-lined bomb shelter and is stocked with barrels of non-perishable food.
Sadly, Joe just lost his house in foreclosure but something good has come from his bad luck.
“These people are dying. They have nothing,” Badame said.
Instead of trashing dozens of barrels of dried food and supplies that didn’t sell at the estate sale, Badame is donating them to Victoria Martinez-Barber and her husband Anthony, who run a local food truck.
Tori plans to send the food to her family in Arecibo, Puerto Rico where they are flooded out, homeless and without food.
“This is saving their lives. My grandmother has nothing right now, she lost it all,” Martinez-Barber said.
The barrels each weigh about 300 pounds and are packed …