Harrison Ford Feeds Homeless on Christmas Eve

Harrison Ford and his family helped spread Christmas cheer on Monday, serving meals to the less fortunate.
The Oscar nominee and his son Chef Ben Ford volunteered at the Los Angeles Mission's Christmas Eve dinner on Skidrow.
Ben, the Executive Chef and proprietor of Ford's Filling Station restaurant in Culver City, CA, cooked over 4,000 chicken dinners for the event, calling it "one of [his] favorite days of the year" in a Facebook message posted Monday.
"Looking forward to sharing this special day with my family," Chef Ben added.
Forming the perfect magnanimous tag team, worldmonitor.tv caught Harrison passing out food while the chef kept busy in the kitchen.
Mayor Anotonio Villaraigosa, Harry Hamlin, Lisa Rinna and Melissa Gilbert also braved the rain to volunteer.