'Trenton is where I learned about hunger, where it became personal for me, where it shed a thick hide of abstraction and touched my life, if only from the outside looking in. It is also where I learned something else: that the kindness of strangers can make a difference, even against a scourge that lingers in plain sight and never goes away.
More than anything, this is really just a simple story about everyday people. People who need help and people who are fighting a holding action to meet that need. Fortunately, and unfortunately, that fight goes on.'