It’s been over a year since the food industry had to hit the pause button. Restaurants, chefs, and catering companies rallied together to help feed thousands of people who needed a meal. They called it Minnesota Central Kitchen. Since it began, Minnesota Central Kitchen has served more than 1.3 million prepared meals and the program employed more than 200 food service workers.
Kelli Hanson shows us how the program is still thriving thanks to the community. Donations are needed to keep it operating now and into the future. In honor of it’s one year anniversary they’re asking everyone to “Pitch In For The Kitchen” to fight hunger and unemployment. All gifts will matched up to $250,000.