Supervisor Daisy Morales, Community Partners Supply Food, Professional Clothing for Families in Need

ORLANDO, Fla. (FNN) – Supervisor Daisy Morales not only provided necessities to Orange County residents during her giveaway event Saturday, but a few nice-ities too.

Supervisor Morales hosted the event at Christ the King Episcopal Church in Azalea Park from 12 p.m. – 2 p.m Saturday to meet the needs of families struck hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic as well as residents in underserved communities struggling with food insecurity and food deserts.

Together with community partners like Feed the Need Florida, 4 Roots, Florida Baptist Children’s Homes / One More Child, Lady Storm Foundation, and Wawa, she her team of volunteers provided meals for over 200 families and, thanks to the Mustard Seed of Central Florida, lavished them with high-end professional clothing as well, an exciting asset for those on the hunt for work post-pandemic.

Residents and families flooded the drive-through as volunteers diligently filled their trunks with supplies made sure traffic flowed as smoothly as possible. Grateful drivers shouted, “Gracias!” (“Thank you!”) and “Dios te bendiga!” (“God bless you!”) as they received supplies.

Saturday’s event was the fourth in Supervisor Morales’s “Feeding Orange County” initiative, which has three objectives:
– Combating food insecurity and food deserts
– Providing supplies to families hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic
– Saving the environment by redistributing goods to reduce landfill waste

“COVID-19 has impacted the lives of many people, many people are desperately in need,” said Supervisor Morales. “People are suffering and they are desperate to find food on their table.”


Mellissa Thomas is Editor for Florida National News. |

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