‘Supporting them feels good’: Brunswick man feeds local first responders

WARNER ROBINS, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) — A Brunswick man with a medical history of underlying issues is feeding first responders during the pandemic — despite his personal hardships.

Twenty-one-year-old Chris Carswell is no stranger to good deeds after having undergone several medical treatments. Carswell created a foundation called “1 Boy 4 Change” where he vowed to help others in their time of need.

Currently, Carswell is raising money for Waffle House restaurants in Houston County in an effort to feed frontline workers. This is a part of the Waffle House’s adopt-a-meal effort.

This week, Carswell donated about 20 meals to the Perry Police Department. He says he feels he is just returning the favor.

“They really supported me with a lot of the stuff that I have gone through,” Carswell said. “So supporting them feels good, it feels right to help them out after everything they’ve done for me.”

Carswell says he plans to send meals to both Dooly County and Camden County Sheriff’s Offices.

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