The News and Freep are reporting that the event served meals to over 1,000 people today. I've got pics of the meal. Once I do a headcount, I'd be surprized if there were 500. . . .
As much as I respect Forgotten Harvest, a meal made with donated, second-hand, nearly expired food hardly counts as a "special," sorry. When you collect $60K per corporate sponsor, you'd think Kem might serve steak. But, hey, they're homeless, so it's chicken thighs no one else would buy.
And that stage is expensive.