LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The Venetian Resort will be providing meals to the homeless population in Las Vegas to assist Catholic charities.
The resort, along with Las Vegas Sands, said they have partnered with Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada to provide 1,000 boxed meals to be used by the organization for homeless outreach while its dining facility is closed amid the pandemic.
Representatives said each meal will include a “Message of LOVE,” a note that shares words of encouragement submitted online by Venetian Team Members, and others from around the world.
Also, each box includes an individual Venetian clean hygiene kit that contains body wash and lotion.
The boxed meals will be prepared daily by the resort culinary team, led by chef Olivier Dubreuil, from May 1-14.
Click here for more information about assisting Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada.