Not even bitter cold weather can deter Allan Law from his mission to help the homeless and hungry of Minneapolis. Every night, he walks the streets, giving them food and necessities. His doctor told him to stop for his health, but he refused.
He has passionately and unselfishly served the poor his entire life. He has volunteered more than 175,000 hours and spent almost $500,000 to help those in need.
Watch the video below to see the incredible work he does every night.
Since he started his work in 1967, Allan Law has received numerous awards for it. He was even given the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Gold Medallion, presented at the U.S. Supreme Court. He has also received recognition from 3 U.S. Presidents for his Public Service.
His dedication to helping others has given hope to thousands of people through more than 44 years of volunteering.
You can find more about him and his organization, Minneapolis Recreation Development, on their website here.