Jason Chapman, a 29-year-old Union Institute & University enrollment counselor, remembers tailgating before a Cincinnati Bengals game last year. He was with his friends, having a great time and eating lots of food. There were plenty of leftovers and when spotting some people in need on the other side of the fence he decided to offer them a plate of food.
Chapman was apprehensive. What if they were offended by the offer of food? What if fellow tailgaters disapproved of the generosity?
"It changed something in me, the concerns I had about it and it didn't become a sort of thing to go about and tinker with," said Soden. "I wanted to see a substantial change in very ethically and informed ways."