Two dozen native Rotarians got here to the Solidarity Sandy Springs Meals Pantry to assist distribute 1,100 meals packing containers to meals pantries and households.
The Rotary Membership of Sandy Springs coordinated the Could 20 supply as a part of the Farmers to Households Meals Field program, an effort by the USDA to deal with meals insecurity attributable to the worldwide pandemic. The meals packing containers contained recent produce, milk, dairy and cooked meats. 4 Rotary golf equipment participated within the occasion, together with the Sandy Springs and Dunwoody chapters.
“It was a enjoyable day and an important instance of Rotarians from a number of golf equipment working collectively to make good issues occur in our communities,” mentioned John Neill, president of the Rotary Membership of Sandy Springs.
The Group Help Middle at 8607 Roswell Street acquired 100 of the meals packing containers. Solidarity Sandy Springs acquired 150 meals packing containers to distribute, and Malachi’s Storehouse at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church in Dunwoody acquired 150 meals packing containers.