Bridgeport man gets donation after offering to work for food

He says he never wanted a handout, he

He says he never wanted a handout, he offered to work for food. (January 29, 2014 10:40 PM)

A Bridgeport man, down on his luck and in need of food after pipes burst in his home, found help thanks to a woman at a real estate agency.

Katrina Stoogenke met Paul Oh Tuesday in Fairfield when he walked in at her job and said he would work for food to feed his daughters.

She decided to put a plea on Facebook to see if friends could help donate food. Within hours, Stoogenke and her...

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