Many kids who rely on free school lunches don’t get enough food when school is out for the summer. So Phyllis Shaugnessy, a 74-year-old grandmother, started Green Lantern Lunches in Grays Harbor County, Washington. She and her volunteers hand-pack 300 lunches a day and deliver them to families in need. Phyllis wants families to know that their community cares, and her kindness is evident. It’s important to teach sharing and caring at a young age, and she’s leading by example.