Nonprofits collaborate to supply local single mothers with fresh fruits, vegetables
BATON ROUGE - The spread of novel coronavirus continues to leave many Louisianians with both health and financial challenges.
In hopes of alleviating some of the stress associated with trying to care for a family on a tight budget during a global pandemic, two organizations are collaborating to provide Baton Rouge's single mothers with boxes of fresh produce.
The Life of a Single Mom and the Capital Area United Way invite the public to support their initiative by donating $25, which will help feed a family of four for one week.
Visit www.cauw.org/freshfood to donate and for more information.
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