A man in Ogden, Utah has been using one of Olive Garden's never ending pasta passes to feed strangers and the homeless.
Matt Tribe initially purchased the "Never Ending Pasta Bowl" pass for his own love of pasta, but then came up "Random Acts of Pasta" to pay it forward.
“I realize it might be stupid to think, ‘I just gave them pasta, how does that make their day better?’ But somebody did something nice for them,” Tribe told KTSU-TV.
The goal was to give 100 meals, but by the end of the seven weeks, 125 people had benefited from the unlimited pasta. It started with friends and family, but quickly turned into something more.
Tribe documented the journey online and through a YouTube video that shows him delivering meals to the homeless. He says he hopes to spread the message of kindness.
Olive issued the following statement about Tribe's video:
"We're proud to be part of this powerful video, as it aligns with our harvest program, which allowed us to donate more than 4.2 million cooked meals to local food banks last year. However, our only role was selling Matt a Pasta Pass and happily fulfilling each one of his orders."
Read more about Tribe’s experience on his website, here: http://www.randomactsofpasta.com/