REDDING, Calif. - Living Hope Compassion Ministries continues to give food to clients. But are limiting contact. The organization set up a drive-thru style pick up where clients can pick up. Living hope even temporarily closed their office.
Executive Director Michael Mojarro tells Action News Now, he's seen a lot of clients impacted by coronavirus closures.
“Right now is the best time for us to help them because there's no income coming in,” said Mojarro.
Living Hope says, it receives about $12,000 worth of food weekly. Right now, the organization is working on securing grant funding so they can up their food supply.
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