Mansoor Shams, a former U.S. marine leading the #LoveForAll via #FreeIceCream project, and his core team have been traveling to city parks and schools every day to bring smiles to children by giving them free ice cream and will continue to do so through May 28. Some 200 ice cream treats are being provided each day. Mr. Shams explained that people may think that there is an ulterior motive or an agenda behind this campaign, but the only agenda is to spread #LoveForAll. "We're not just giving away a free ice cream. We are also spreading love, making friends, healing wounds," he said. "We are not giving out pamphlets; we just want to give the children hugs and tell them, 'we love you.'" Through Twitter Mr. Younus has been reaching out to various media outlets. Tweets were also sent out to Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Councilman Nick Mosby. Though the mayor hasn't come by to any of the locations, Councilman Mosby and his wife, Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby, stopped by Roosevelt Park with their two daughters on Sunday.