The urgency was because 14-year-old Cassy Colunga has been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. In January doctors gave her 6 months to live. So, naturally she created a bucket list of things she wanted to experience. One of them: serving food to the homeless.Read More
Think about it: the entire "pay it forward" movement is based on being contagious. One person does a good deed, the recipient of that deed does something nice for someone else and it just keeps on going.
Last week, Lauren was featured in "Five to Watch," an article about creative entrepreneurs in Memphis.
The article features the story of how Lauren's "side hustle" turned into a full time job.