In America, around 17 million children are battling hunger. An entrepreneur has teamed up with rap star Gunna to open a free grocery store inside his old middle school in Georgia to try to begin to change that. Social entrepreneur Jasmine Crowe is CEO of Goodr, a startup dedicated to eliminating food waste. Partnering with Gunna has allowed Crowe to make her dream of one day having a brick-and-mortar location a reality. The store, called Gunna's Drip Closet and Goodr Grocery Store, has an array of foods, household items, toiletries, and even clothes and shoes for students and their families. The foods are carefully selected to be items that kids can cook for themselves. Gunna has committed to funding the store for as long as he is alive.