A collective of Black and brown-owned businesses have teamed up to combat food insecurity in Chicago.
Rapper Travis Scott led an effort to distribute 50,000 hot meals to Houston residents impacted by the winter storm.
A Black entrepreneur is opening a fresh food market to address food insecurity in Chicago.
NBA legend Michael Jordan donated $2 million to Feeding America in an effort to combat food insecurity.
The Exonerated Five’s Korey Wise helped distribute over 700 boxes of free groceries to families in Harlem.
Anthony Hamilton distributed face masks, hand sanitizer, groceries and school supplies to families in Charlotte.
A group of teenagers from Chicago transformed a liquor store into a pop-up fresh food market for their community.
Songstress Janelle Monáe teamed up with Congresswoman Maxine Waters to distribute meals to families in need in Los Angeles.
Big Sean and Rihanna teamed up to donate to COVID-19 relief efforts in Detroit.
Questlove will host a televised virtual potluck to raise money for nonprofits focused on combating food insecurity.
NBA player Mike Conley is donating $200,000 towards COVID-19 relief efforts.
Usher’s nonprofit donated over 350 vegan meals to individuals in need in Atlanta.
A collective of Detroit-based chefs donated 20,000 meals to the homeless amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Mississippi-based math teacher is combating food insecurity among his students by delivering breakfast and lunch to them daily.
Songstress Janelle Monáe teamed up with nonprofit organizations to distribute over 5,000 free meals to Atlanta residents in need.
NBA star Bradley Beal donated computers and grocery store gift cards to students at a Washington, D.C.-based high school.
World-renowned chef Marcus Samuelsson has teamed up with World Central Kitchen to fight food insecurity and provide support for small…
Comedian Kevin Hart teamed up with the catering app Hungry to provide meals for individuals in need in his hometown…
A Houston-based restaurateur opened a grocery store to ensure that low-income families have access to affordable healthy food options amid…
Brooklyn Nets player Kyrie Irving is donating $323,000 to provide meals for those in need amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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