Even though those closest to Food and Shelter are pleased with the success of the agency, there is still one dream left unattained.
“What this organization has accomplished in the past 30 years is a testament to the community who is willing to support it. Praise be to God,” Kemp said. “But the best future for me would be for Food and Shelter to go out of business. If that happened, no one would need food or shelter, and wouldn’t that be a wonderful place to live?”