Truly inspirational: 'Sandwich Man' spends all night driving around feeding city's homeless and needy

<div class="meta image-caption"><div class="origin-logo origin-image none"><span>none</span></div><span class="caption-text">Every night, Allan Law prepares and distributes sandwiches to the homeless and struggling across Minneapolis. (NaionSwell)</span></div>
Allan Law is truly a miracle on wheels.

Law, a 69-year old Minneapolis resident, is better known as the "Sandwich Man." Every night, Law drives around Minneapolis, handing out sandwiches and supplies to the city's homeless and needy. Law says he starts handing out food around 8 p.m., and doesn't get back until noon the next day.

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"I've been on the street every night for over 12 years, and a night doesn't go by that you don't run into people that really, really need some help," Law says in the video.

The former teacher retired in 1999, and since decided to spend the entire night on the street dealing with the homeless situation.

"He's helping generation after generation of people...he is a rolling, problem-solving care center on four wheels," Steven Aase of Minneapolis Recreation Development states in the video.

In 2013 alone, Law passed out over 500,000 sandwiches to the homeless, according to InspireMore.

Check out the video above for Law's inspirational story.
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