Jendayi Scott-Miller, a community leader in North Hartford, started cooking meals for hungry seniors out of her kitchen when COVID-19 hit. Since then, she’s scaled up to serving thousands using an extensive network of volunteers with the help of various community organizations. This grant allows her to set up in a commercial kitchen space with proper equipment and to serve ~72,000 meals over 6 months to Hartford’s most vulnerable communities. Fiscal Sponsor: Community Solutions
This grant is made pursuant to 4-CT’s commitment to funding projects that address systemic injustices and promote greater racial equality.
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