by Kara Sewell (WICHITA, Kan.)
Outside Wichita's Help Center for laid off workers sits a moveable feast.
One-hundred fifty boxes of food, which one at a time will be given away.
Laid off nearly a year ago, Denise Welliver says she is struggling to get by.
Welliver came by the laid off workers center to get help with her utility bills, as she leaves the foodbank gives her two boxes of food for her family.
Not having to buy food, allows Welliver to spend what income she does have on other needs, like holiday shopping.
Kansas Food Bank President Brian Walker says at one time many of the people needing their services were now were actually donors.