This week on Spotlight On Maryland, Gina Crash spoke with Sue Elias, the new Executive Director of Moveable Feast. Moveable Feast delivers healthy food to Marylanders living with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. Their motto is: FEED people, FIGHT...
Radio host Francesca Presti talked with Moveable Feast's Executive Director Sue Elias about changing this year's Dining Out for Life to a virtual fundraiser. Listen to the interview.
Executive Director of Moveable Feast, Sue Elias, discusses the changes this year’s fundraiser is undergoing amid the pandemic, and how you can help.
Moveable Feast was established in the 80’s as a way to help patients diagnosed with HIV/AIDS get the meals they needed to help with their illness in Baltimore during a time when the virus was not only deadly, but patients were shunned and ignored. The non profit has evolved over the decades to include a broader range of chronic illnesses and continues to feed under insured patients in Baltimore/the Eastern Shore of the state.
COVID-19 has changed just about every facet of daily life, including the way non-profits raise funds.
Moveable Feast’s Dining Out for Life event is no different.
Moveable Feast is bringing their annual fundraiser online and is offering a new twist to help the restaurant business as well.
Philanthropy and community service don’t come in one size. It’s not always a substantial cash donation, nor does it require something as hands-on as delivering meals or shelter to the needy. What makes it matter is a loving spirit, a sense of sacrifice, and dedication to meeting a certain widespread need.
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Two non-profit organizations whose clients are the most vulnerable in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic are going above and beyond to make sure their needs are being met.