Teigen also retweeted a post from Operation Help or Hush – a Twitter-based activism organization – which listed the location of the food trucks.
Operation Help or Hush began tweeting the locations of the food trucks early Sunday morning, and soon began retweeting hundreds of messages of support from protesters who appreciated the warm meals and support.
"Twitter activists are responsible for the incredible coverage and attention in Ferguson and have shown the power and potential of social media to impact social change," reads Operation Help Or Hush's website. "Social media can be noisy. And it is easy to hide, and be hidden, in the noise. #OperationHelporHush started as critics doubted the impact that Twitter activists could have to influence change and our response was, 'So help…or hush' -- either contribute to the movement or be quiet."
Celebrities across the country have been taking to different public platforms to express their anger towards the Eric Garner and Michael Brown grand jury decisions, including Jamie Foxx, who sat down with ET to talk about what needs to be done in order for the country to move forward. Check out the video below for more from the Oscar-winning actor.