He may have a beard and a generous spirit, but he’s not Jesus multiplying loaves and fishes to feed a crowd — he’s Matt Tribe, and he multiplied pasta to feed the homeless.
It all started with Olive Garden’s $100 “Never Ending Pasta Pass.”
Hailing from Ogden, Utah, Tribe chronicled his charitable adventures on his blog RandomActsofPasta, breaking down the 14 times he said he used the pasta pass to get food for himself — and the 111 times he used it to feed other people.
Initially, Tribe wasn’t even sure he’d been successfully able to order the elusive pass — Olive Garden only sold a limited number of the passes and the company website crashed as Tribe tried to purchase one — but on Sept. 19, he said:
Much to my surprise, I arrived home from work to find a little package from the United Parcel Service sitting on my front porch. Inside? My pasta pass. Needless to say, I was pretty excited. I lobbed a phone call to Olive Garden’s customer relations department to inquire as to whether take-out was permitted with my newly obtained pass. The answer? A resounding yes. Holy crap—this was the best news I had ever received. Random Acts of Pasta was now in full effect.READ MORE: http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2014/11/29/when-you-see-what-this-guy-used-his-never-ending-pasta-pass-to-do-youll-have-a-new-understanding-of-what-generosity-really-means/