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LIVE on MSNBC: Monica Alvarado, Feed Anne Arundel

MSNBC
January 1, 2021

Monica Alvarado, founder of Feed Anne Arundel, was interviewed by Kathy Park on MSNBC on Friday, January 1, 2021.

Feed Anne Arundel: “It’s a Win Win Win”

December 2020

Feed Anne Arundel was started in March 2020 and grew to serve over 120,000 meals by December 2020.

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Feed Anne Arundel: “This problem isn’t going away”

May 14, 2020

Join our food and jobs movement.

We have made tremendous progress in fulfilling our mission to keep restaurants open, people working, and people fed. But this is more than just a moment, it is a movement.

The government shut restaurants down because of coronavirus. Monica Alvarado found a way to keep them serving meals.

The Baltimore Sun
April 8, 2020

When Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan halted all restaurant dine-in meals last month to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, Monica Alvarado wanted to help neighbors and colleagues whose lives had been upended.

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‘Feed Anne Arundel’ to help local restaurants amid COVID-19 outbreak

WMAR-2 News Baltimore
March 26, 2020

It pays to eat out.

One day last week, Ryan Sirmons from (ACT), Anne Arundel Connecting Together was ordering carry out from Monica Alvarado at Bread and Butter Kitchen.

The two got to talking. That conversation led to FEED Anne Arundel.

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Coronavirus Brings Together Restaurants, Churches To Feed Hungry

Annapolis Patch
March 24, 2020

Feed Anne Arundel had a trial run Saturday with 300 prepared meals ready for approved families to help during the coronavirus pandemic.

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