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High 5 Goes to Man Who Helps Utah's Homeless

High 5 Goes to Man Who Helps Utah's Homeless



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(KSL News) John Hammond was trained to cook in the highest of high-class restaurants. Instead he makes meals for Utah's homeless at the St. Vincent de Paul Center.

For that, we decided to give him a High 5.

His co-worker, Annette Ward, nominated him.

"John is very talented," she said, "and he uses his talents to help the homeless, to help other people, to make society a better place."

John said, "There's a lot of people who will take care of people with money and with privilege. But there's not a lot of people who will take care of people with no money."

He received a gift bag that included a gift certificate from Dairy Queen.

You can submit your nominations at the link on this page.

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