"The reality is that food accessibility is an issue that occurs throughout the time, every year, every day," said Arik Davidyan.
The Davidyan family is combating hunger with a fridge and pantry they built, which is opened to those in need.
People are able to come and go to the free fridge, dubbed “The OKC Freedge" for free fridge, as they please. Already, his neighbors have embraced the idea.
"We started getting some money donations from the community... and we use this money to purchase food," said Davidyan. “It's been amazing to see how many people are on board with it and would like to help and make a change in the community."