“We are seeing a doubling in demand,” said Greg Hazle, executive director of Boca Helping Hands, a non-profit that monitors hunger, joblessness and the medical needs of the poor. “We’ve added 4,000 families during the pandemic, and we have an increase in applications for job training and help paying rent.”
Elementary school students in Boca Raton, Delray Beach and Boynton Beach who are food insecure will receive weekend meals for the remainder of the year through a partnership with Boca Helping Hands, a community nonprofit that provides food, medical and financial assistance as well as education, job training and guidance.
Boca Helping Hands, the organization that provides on-site meals to the needy along with homebound foods for disadvantaged folks and families in Boca Raton and its environs, has added a new element to its mission.
Boca Helping Hands (BHH) has partnered with six public schools to provide food-insecure elementary students with weekend meals for the remainder of the school year.
Palm Beach Post writer Alexandra Clough interviews Executive Director Greg Hazle on how Boca Helping Hands is helping during the pandemic.
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