Orange County Expands Program to Provide Meals to Homeless, Elderly and Disabled Residents
Santa Ana, California – Fewer people in Orange County will go hungry.
On Tuesday, the Orange County Board of Supervisors approved $250,000 to expand the County’s Restaurant Meals Program, which provides meals to homeless, elderly and disabled residents who may otherwise go hungry.
“Orange County is dedicating more resources to our most vulnerable communities,” said Supervisor Andrew Do, Chairman of the Orange County Board of Supervisors. “Even here in prosperous Orange County, many struggle to access basic needs. We’re doing something to change that.” Continue reading