Nationally Syndicated Radio Host Darlene McCoy of “The Nightly Spirit” and her Non-Profit Organization M.O.B.S. (Mothers of Black Sons) is partnering with A Bridge Project Inc. to combat hunger this holiday season! On Sunday, December 20th Darlene McCoy and her celebrity friends will provide an evening composed of dinner and encouragement for ten families who’ve experienced hunger through an event titled “Celebrities Cooking for a Cause”. The event, taking place at Spring Box Kitchen, which is owned and operated by Celebrity Chef Willie Box, will provide meals completely prepared by local Atlanta celebrities and celebrity chefs including Kim Fields, Erica Dixon, Syleena Johnson, Shod Santiago and many others.
“Although it is a personal experience, we all pay the price for hunger. As the economic and social costs of malnutrition, chronic illness, unemployment, and low productivity rise, the impact is felt throughout many urban communities,” says Rene Story, Founder of A Bridge Project, “through our organization we seek to fill the need where we can.” A Bridge Project, Inc, is a recognized 501(c) 3 not for profit food bank and community resource center and has supplied the families for the event. It is their mission is to continually foster programs aimed at reducing hunger along with promoting an overall goal to eliminate community disengagement.
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