People over 60 can enroll in the meal program only today
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The city of los angeles continues to increase its efforts to help Angelica residents cope with the coronavirus crisis and this time it's up to the elderly.
Last Wednesday the mayor of L.A., Eric Garcetti, announced the creation of a program that will deliver 10 prepared meals a week to people over 60.
Through a partnership with @ForEveryTable and @AccessServiceLA, seniors can have healthy meals delivered to their homes. Angelenos ages 60 and older who are not currently participating in other meal programs can call 213-263-5226 between 9 am- 5 pm tomorrow to participate. pic.twitter.com/YGP7cQeWgw
– MayorOfLA (@MayorOfLA) April 16, 2020
People should Enroll in the program only by calling 213-263-5226 today until 5:00 p.m. The initiative is possible thanks to an alliance with For Every Table and Access Service LA.
The deliveries are made at home and following the social distancing.
Earlier in the week, the mayor announced that he would be giving financial support of up to $ 1,500 to residents affected by the crisis.