Connecticut nonprofit starts new mobile pantry to better reach those in need
Filling in the Blanks announced that their hunger relief program is hitting the roads with a mobile pantry.
Organizers say the pantry will operate once a month in Norwalk and Stamford and will serve up to 300 individuals at each site.
In addition to food, other services available will include health screenings, vaccination, and eye exams.
Funding for the new mobile pantry was donated by Shonda Rhimes, founder of the Rhimes Foundation.
Filling in the Blanks, is a hunger relief nonprofit serving portions of Connecticut and New York.