Feed the Polls, "the non-profit initiative launched by restaurant discovery platforms, The Infatuation and Zagat, in partnership with The Migrant Kitchen," is providing over 30,000 free and nourishing meals to voters in New York City, Los Angeles, Miami, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Denver, and more, on Election Day. The initiative maintains that "food insecurity should never prevent someone from voting."
Dan Curtin, President of Lightlife, commented on the initiative, stating: “Lightlife wants to make things a little bit easier for voters on this important election day. That’s why we’re proud to partner with Feed the Polls to help them provide more than 30,000 free and nourishing meals to voters across the country, including Lightlife plant-based products that everyone can feel good about. We’re grateful for this opportunity to support The Infatuation, Zagat, and The Migrant Kitchen in feeding people as they get out to vote.”
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Feed the Polls is Giving Free Meals to Voters on Election Day
Grace Mahas — October 29, 2020 — Social Good
References: prnewswire & feedthepolls.org