Lebanese restaurant owner in Canada offers free meals to the homeless

A Lebanese restaurant owner in named Raji Abi Rached has been feeding the homeless for the past five years. Raji’s restaurant, called Amir, is located inside a shopping center in Quebec. He and the staff members frequently feed the homeless in the area especially during winter times when they go inside the “Place Versailles” mall to warm up. In an

interview

with CBC, the restaurateur said that “it’s a small gesture that can help a lot.” Raji hopes that other restaurants can do the same to help more people. So, he tweeted his initiative to Mayor of Montreal Valérie Plante and let her know what he was doing.

His tweet spread quickly, and he was praised by the people and the Mayor for his kind actions.

Raji hopes that other restaurants will do the same year round! Kudos to him!


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