CEAP Plans to Mobile Food Program in 2022
As the nonprofit CEAP celebrates its 50th year of serving the community, it plans to launch a new program for a mobile food program.
“Through the pandemic, we have seen how critical it is that our community has access to healthy food through a variety of models like Meals on Wheels,” said Katy Briggs with CEAP. “So we are building on to our senior mobile program by fundraising and creating programming for a mobile food program.”
The food shelf that serves people in Brooklyn Center and Brooklyn Park delivered nearly 70,000 meals to home bound neighbors through Meals on Wheels in 2021.
The food shelf has been very busy during the winter months.
“With winter months of course and COVID cases on the rise, folks need a place for healthy and nutritious food,” said Jack Elsnes with CEAP. “So the need is higher and we’ve been exceptionally busy.”
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