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Alabama 4-year-old calls feeding homeless the highlight of his life
Four-year-old Austin Perine speaks about why he feeds the homeless in an interview with Steve Hartman from CBS News. - photo by Jenna Alton
About once a week, 4-year-old Austin Perine of Birmingham, Alabama, dresses up in a superhero cape and delivers chicken sandwiches to the homeless, CBS Evening News reported.

Its just the right thing to do, Austin told CBS.

According to CBS, when Austin first learned that people were homeless, he asked his parents to dedicate all his allowance and money theyd spend on toys to buy chicken sandwiches to donate.

After every sandwich he hands out, Austin tells the recipient, dont forget to show love. Austin also introduces himself as President Austin. According to TJ Perine, Austins father, Austin believes its the presidents job to help feed the homeless.

Feeding the homeless is the highlight of my life, Austin said.

According to Austins Twitter profile, hes working to establish a facility to continue fighting hunger. He wants to expand to every state.

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