Texas Sushi Bar Makes 5,000 Meals For Hurricane Victims & Volunteers — Let’s Thank Them!

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Let’s take a minute to appreciate the locals who are busting their asses to help their neighbors affected by Hurricane Harvey.

Take, for example, the folks at Sake Sushi Bar and Lounge in Port Arthur, TX, who are doing everything they can to provide delicious meals to those who are running out of food.

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Keith Nguyen took to Facebook to applaud his father Phe Nguyen and uncle Binh Nguyen, who own the restaurant, along with their staff and volunteers after they prepared a whopping 5,000 meals in 3 days for victims, first responders, and other volunteers.

Though the Sake Sushi Bar owners weren’t looking for a shout out, Keith decided to highlight their compassion with some social media promotion, especially since their efforts weren’t covered by the media.

Read the heartwarming post (below):

Faith in humanity restored!

[Image via Facebook.]

Sep 8, 2017 1:06pm PDT

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