These Thai monks are feeding people in needusing a golf cart and a trailer loaded with groceriesLocation: Bangkok, ThailandThe truck hits the streets every Sundaybringing produce to hundreds of people living in remote areasMonk Pornchai Kabmalee came up with the idea(SOUNDBITE) (Thai) MONK PORNCHAI KABMALEE, SAYING:"Every time we go out, we donate at least two tons of fresh vegetables, as well as rice, dry food, water, milk, snacks for kids and even dish soap. I can say our truck basically has everything that a supermarket has." Each week's donations cost at least 50,000 baht ($1,500)a cost initially covered out of the monks' own pocketsNow, other people are also making donations(SOUNDBITE) (Thai) VILLAGER, MONTRI BOONTHEAB, SAYING:"This food will make me feel less hungry for a couple of days. I have been unemployed for a year and I don't see my future yet."(SOUNDBITE) (Thai) MONK PORNCHAI KABMALEE, SAYING:"When people are full for even one meal, it fills up my heart."