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Lt. Governor, community launch 'Delivering with Dignity' meals in Reno-Sparks

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Delivering with Dignity Reno-Sparks, a public service program where volunteers deliver high-quality meals from locally-owned restaurants directly to vulnerable families, officially launched today.

The program aims to help those who identify as low-income as well as elderly to receive fresh food without leaving their homes during the COVID-19 pandemic .

“Serving those in need during these unprecedented times with fresh, hot food from locally-owned restaurants is undoubtedly a win-win situation,” said Chef Mark Estee, Restaurateur and Delivering with Dignity partner. “Those of us representing the participating local restaurants cannot wait to see the invaluable impact Delivering with Dignity will have on both these vulnerable populations and food service workers.”

Established in southern Nevada and spearheaded by Clark County Commissioner Marilyn Kirkpatrick along with local community organizations, Delivering with Dignity expanded to Reno-Sparks to help those in need.

Delivering with Dignity Reno-Sparks is supported by Lieutenant Governor Kate Marshall, the United Way of Northern Nevada and local community partners.

“It is my honor and pleasure to help bring hope and relief in the form of fresh, warm meals to the lives of our most vulnerable populations in Northern Nevada,” said Lt. Governor Marshall. “I’d like to extend a special thank-you to our volunteers, nonprofit partners, participating local restaurants and supporters who helped make this program a reality for the Reno-Sparks community.”

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Interested volunteers and donors can visit to learn more about the program.

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