The Osceola REDI program has announced the distribution of its second round of food pantry grants in 2020 totaling over $29,000.
The grants went to 12 different food pantries throughout Osceola County. They include: Advanced Senior Center, Anointed Victorious Outreach Services (AVOS), Church and Community Assistance Program, Community Hope Center, Kissimmee Spanish Church SDA, Living Water Fellowship, New Birth Church, New Faith Community Church, Solid Rock Church of God, St. Rosa of Lima Catholic Food Pantry, The Mercy Foundation, The Salvation Army Osceola Emergency Center.
“We are proud to say that Osceola REDI was able to distribute a second round of checks to these well-deserved organizations throughout our community who make a difference in people’s lives,” said Gene Terrico, past chairperson and director of Osceola REDI. “We still need partners to help us reach our goal of $100,000. We need the community’s continued support with the Osceola REDI Feeding Osceola Campaign by making a financial donation.”
Osceola County has partnered with Osceola REDI, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide a comprehensive and integrated emergency management assistance system that coordinates with Osceola’s community resources to protect lives, property and environment, due to the effects of COVID-19.
Go to the website – www.osceolaredi.org/feed-osceola/ to make a donation and learn more about feeding Osceola.