Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020 | 2 a.m.
Volunteers with this Las Vegas nonprofit delivered a chef-prepared meal to a 70-year-old amputee who was cutting frozen meals in half to stretch rations.
They also dropped off a box of homemade tamales to a teacher who said just one night of not having to make dinner lessened the burden of adjusting to the new normal of providing distance education.
Additionally, they have fed residents in isolation from their families while recovering from coronavirus and unable to afford takeout meals.
The meals are restaurant-quality from local chefs in partnership with Matthew and Katinka Fresinski, who began preparing and delivering home-cooked meals at no charge seven months ago when the pandemic began.