Things are hard in McDowell County, West Virginia. But Linda McKinney is trying to change that.

As we’ve written about before, McKinney runs the Five Loaves and Two Fishes Food Bank, which helps feed thousands of struggling people each year.

But recently she got a big surprise from a Hollywood celebrity.

Mike Rowe, who you may know from TV show “Dirty Jobs,” took his other TV show, “Returning The Favor” to Welch.

In the episode, a producer explains the food pantry needs a new roof or it’s at risk of being shuttered. No problem: Rowe calls in “The Woman Roofers” and some local contractors to take on the job. (They were featured on a previous episode.)

That new roof, by the way, is a $70,000 or $80,000 job, Rowe says.

Not only that, but they arranged for a massive donation of $30,000 worth of groceries from Kroger.

Last year, McKinney said, the food pantry fed 15,000 people–in a county of 19,000.

The reality TV show, which airs on Facebook Watch, criss-crosses the country looking for do-gooders. Now in its second season, they’ve travelled everywhere from California to North Carolina.

Watch the show here:

If you can, donate to the Five Loaves and Two Fishes Food Bank.

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