LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Launched one month ago as an emergency response to the healthcare and economic crisis created by the novel coronavirus, Delivering with Dignity has grown exponentially in its effort to help the most vulnerable and isolated individuals in Southern Nevada.
Since its launch, the program has delivered more than 18,000 individual meals to residents in need, kept dozens of restaurant staff employed and has expanded to support community facilities, including domestic abuse and homeless shelters and most recently, the valley’s first responder emergency response headquarters.
With multiple donations and partnerships, the program has been able to delivers an average of 4,500 meals per week. Each delivery can feed recipients for three days.
Delivering with Dignity plans to continue deliveries and expand its capabilities to help those in need in Southern Nevada as long as the pandemic crisis exists.
If you would like to donate or become a volunteer, visit their website here.