Indy community groups, delivery service partnering to fight food insecurity
INDIANAPOLIS — Food insecurities and inflation — it is two things countless neighbors in the circle city are working through daily. A new plan involving a food delivery service is looking to fight both.
The Faith Hope and Love Community is partnering with DoorDash’s Project DASH to bring free food and groceries to those in need in Indianapolis.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Thursday at the Fay Biccard Glick Neighborhood Center not long after several Doordash drivers came to pick up grocery boxes before delivering them to homebound seniors on the city's Northwest side.