Kerry Wiles, a full-time scientist in Nashville, Tenn., has another professional activity: She is a ride-hailing driver who enjoys "talking to people" during her rides. But the way she uses the money she earns as a ride-hailing driver is quite remarkable: She makes meals for the homeless population of Nashville out of her fares and tips. How Kerry Wiles started that ride-hailing activity is also worth noting. In 2018, she was diagnosed with breast cancer and then made a bucket list, which included driving for Uber and Lyft. But as she enjoyed giving the rides to people after she starting the job, she also noticed one element that quickly gave her a whole new perspective: Nashville's homeless population was growing. That is how she started making meals for the homeless, only a week after starting the gig.