"We need to take care of our homeless," says Frye. "We need to take care of our own, because we could wind up just like them."
He found out the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals threw out $8000 worth of deer meat donated to the Shreveport-Bossier Rescue Mission. The group Hunters for the Hungry donated the meat.
"That's good meat," says Frye. "That's meat that could've went to feed a hungry family or somebody on the street."
Officials with DHH haven't said why they threw the meat out; which doesn't fly with Frye.
"It just broke my heart having to see all those homeless hungry people, and this department of health coming in here pulling all the meat," says Frye. "It's not right."
He started a petition on the website change.org to send a message to the officials who discarded the meat.
"I'm hoping that the Louisiana Department of Health will see that they should've done other steps other than just throw it out," says Frye.