KANSAS CITY, Mo. — An unusual partnership is making sure that people in Kansas City don’t go hungry during the time of COVID-19.
Victorious Life Church was able to provide meals, but getting the food to those in need was just out of reach.
That’s when RideKC stepped in to help.
Workers from the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority and church volunteers loaded vans and delivered the meals to families who needed them.
“The challenging thing that people don’t see is the mental stress, the family stress that’s going on,” said Mark Tolbert of Victorious Life Church. “This helps to lift some of that burden.”
The KCATA employees said they are proud to have this opportunity to help the community.
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