Knoxville's non-profit Love Kitchen may be famous for its good deeds feeding the hungry, but even they need extra help themselves at times. In this case, they require a new cooler to store meals that will be delivered to the housebound. "While The Love Kitchen does currently have a cooler to store food and perishables in, it is cramped and woefully overstocked," writes Reid Foust on the "Love Is Cool" Indiegogo page he started for the project. "This current cooler houses not only delivery meals but also their stock of food for their walk-ins, which causes a lot of problems when trying to organize meals." Foust is hoping to raise at least $1,500 to get the campaign underway; they'll need around $13,000 to actually purchase the cooler.