Aspire to Autonomy hosted another Pandemic Response food distribution on November 6th. Since the start of the pandemic, ASPIRE has worked to provide our community with proper PPE supplies and food to make it through this uncertain time. In our past distributions, we have distributed food boxes and “safety kits” that include masks and hand sanitizer to our underserved and unsheltered community members. Aspire to Autonomy has recognized our community members are still suffering the effects of this pandemic.
This most recent event, Aspire to Autonomy provided “safety kits” of masks and hand sanitizer to seniors homes throughout Northampton county, the community at New Bethany Ministries, and Valley Youth House in Bethlehem. Aman’s restaurant of Easton graciously donated 50 hot meals for families and individuals to our Pandemic Response efforts. ASPIRE distributed these hot meals to communities in Bethlehem and Easton.
We are looking forward to continuing serving our community. If you are interested in supporting ASPIRE’s efforts you can email email@example.com.
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Aspire to Autonomy, Inc.