SEELLYVILLE, Ind. (WTHI)- A man on vigo county's east side in making a difference. He's giving back to the community in a pretty sweet way.
In Seelyville, Indiana you will find a man named Mose Nasser. He knows a thing or two about cooking.
"I love to cook all types of food," Nasser said.
But, he never thought he'd be cooking for kindness. He posted a picture of a cake he made out of a scratch on his Facebook profile that later went viral.
"The cake started getting a lot of likes," he said.
A friend of Nasser suggested using his picture perfect baking skills to make a difference.
So, he created a Facebook page called Sgt. Nasser's Cakes for Kindness dedicated giving cakes to veterans and people that need an uplift.
There is no cost for a cake. Nasser says it is just a smile that he is looking for.
"It's something I enjoy doing," he said. "When the people are happy, I am happy. I just think it's a fantastic way to spend your spare time."
Nasser delivers at least one cake a week to people in the community such as veterans, charities and organizations.
He says he doesnt want the attention on him, but rather shine light on others.
"It's rewarding," Nasser said.
Nasser has deliverd more than 40 cakes already.
"Sometimes you are just moved to tears and sometimes it is just joy," he said.
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