Random Acts’ Serving Hope 10,000 Meals Challenge
About this event
Every day, millions of people experience food insecurity — a problem that has reached unprecedented levels worldwide due to COVID-related economic hardship. On Monday, January 18, we invite you to unite with Misha Collins and non-profit Random Acts to bring meals to those who are struggling to get by in your community.
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, as part of the National Day of Service we’re challenging you to help us feed 10,000 people facing food insecurity! To join in, simply make a contactless donation to your local food bank (by either ordering groceries delivered or by dropping them off at a local food bank), provide a contactless food delivery to families facing hardship in your community, sign up to volunteer at a food bank or shelter, or make a donation to Random Acts’ Serving Hope program to fight hunger.
You can learn more about this initiative & how to participate HERE.
This event meets ADA standards
Notes from the organizer: This virtual event is 100% accessible and open to all. All events hosted in partnership with the PIC on the National Day of Service must comply with the following guidelines as well as the most up-to-date CDC and local health and safety guidance. Those guidelines could include indoor and outdoor gathering and capacity limits, social distancing, and travel restrictions. More guidance from the CDC can be found here (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/prevention.html) - Masks are required for all participants at all times, including while participating in outdoor activities. - Refrain from eating or drinking as much as possible. When you do, please ensure that everyone is at least 15 feet away from anyone else. - Participants must maintain six (6) to ten (10) feet of separation from other people at all times. - Participants should wash hands frequently for at least 20 seconds, especially after using the restroom or touching high touch surfaces. - If participants feel symptomatic or display any symptoms, please refrain from attending the event. If you have any questions or requests please email [email protected]
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