Mike Hostilo and his team rented a food truck Friday, May 8th, to feed residents in Savannah affected by coronavirus job loss and hunger.
The Coronavirus COVID-19 has taken a toll on the economy, creating job loss and hunger across the country. So, Mike Hostilo and his team rented a food truck Friday, May 8th, to feed residents of Savannah, Georgia.
“I know how hard families have been working to feed their children since schools shut down and the coronavirus started,” said Mike Hostilo, Founder of Mike Hostilo Law Firm.“Many people are hungry, and I wanted to do what I can to help residents get a hot meal without worrying about the cost.”
We know how hard things have been for families and residents in our community to make ends meet, so Mike and his team went to work to help. The team rented a food truck and ordered food from beloved local restaurant Latin Chicks.
They cooked, and we served a delicious hot meal, including quesadillas, chicken bowls, tacos, nachos, and Cuban sandwiches, with a side of rice and beans and bottled water. Over 100 people stopped by for a delicious meal. We fed families, clients, and other locals.
We will be hosting Food Truck Friday again this week, feeding more residents. Stay tuned to our social media to find out where and what time.
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