Metropolitan Ministries delivering food via drive-thru amid coronavirus concerns

Charity needs non-perishable food & cash donations

TAMPA, Fla. — Metropolitan Ministries is making changes in light of the coronavirus to keep safety in mind, while making sure no one goes hungry.

On Tuesday, the nonprofit transformed its market at its Family Support Center into a drive-thru.

“Unfortunately, we anticipate this crisis is going to cause a lot of people a lot of hardship and a lot of elongated hardship and this is only the beginning,” said Justine Burke, the Vice President of marketing for Metropolitan Ministries.

Watch the full story by Haley Bull for ABC Action News.


March 18, 2020


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