See how one woman is changing the lives of hundreds

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OKLAHOMA CITY - One woman is changing the lives of hundreds.

"It's just been such an amazing help to all the residents here," said Bobbe Feher-Nist.

Kim Pempin, founder of the Pet Food Pantry, helps those in need by providing them with hundreds of pounds of free pet food.

"She's seen where people do go without food, or prescriptions or going to the doctor to keep these animals, to keep their family member," said Feher-Nist.

When Kim founded the Pet Food Pantry of Oklahoma City, she had no idea the extent of the need.

Every month, her organization makes deliveries to low income elderly, veterans in need and the homeless

Watch Kim's reaction as she learns she has been nominated for NewsChannel 4's and Spirt Mortgage's Pay It 4ward award.

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