Eating at a restaurant is in most cases a joyous event; sometimes triggered by a special occasion or often simply a time to get together and converse with a family member, friend or business associate, it’s all the more valued after the restrictions of the past year. However, for all the positives of the customer […]
A distribution network is an intermediate point in a supply chain that receives goods from a manufacturer and delivers them to an end customer. Location, or proximity to the customer, and infrastructure are two important components of a distribution network. Every day examples include companies such as Wal-Mart and Amazon. A food distribution network is […]
Humanitarian to Celebrate 2 Milestones April 8 – 2 Millionth Meal Served During Pandemic & 6 Millionth Meal in All
Humanitarian and restaurateur Sir Bruno Serato will celebrate 2 milestones on Thursday, April 8 when he and his team of volunteers serve up his 2 millionth meal during the pandemic and his 6 millionth meal served since he started his nonprofit 16 years ago.
Nonprofits have positioned themselves to be the conduit for bringing excess food to the people in need. While much of the current global food production methods can contribute to the worsening climate crisis, it’s difficult to muster the support to take the necessary steps to protect the future when food insecurity and hunger are critical concerns.
Occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic, the moratorium on eviction that has kept many low-income families in their homes, while welcomed and essential, comes with a price; the monies owed are deferred not excused. Now, however, California has established a rent relief program that may offer a solution.