CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND (Tucson News Now) - Despite his passing last month, astrophysicist Stephen Hawking left one final gift for the people of Cambridge, England.
As his funeral took place over the weekend, Hawking's family sponsored a large Easter dinner for those in need at Food Cycle Cambridge.
When over 50 hungry guests arrived to the charity, they were welcomed with a hearty meal and cards at each placemat that read, "Today's lunch is a gift from Stephen...from the Hawking family."
According to their website, Food Cycle is a charity that provides meals to the hungry and lonely. Volunteers have been cooking meals every Saturday at Wesley Methodist Church in Cambridge for eight years.
Stephen Hawking was laid to rest on Saturday in a private funeral with an estimated 500 guests.