What’s more rewarding than helping a client give back to the community? Helping two clients give back to the community. Nashville Electric Service (NES) partnered with Second Harvest Food Bank on June 14 to make sure no one goes without food and proper nutrition this summer through Second Harvest’s mobile food pantry. The mobile pantry was set up at Mt. Sinai Primitive Baptist Church, which is in a South Nashville neighborhood, where volunteers from several organizations helped sort and distribute food to members of the community to help those in need.
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Volunteers give back to community with Second Harvest mobile food pantry
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Volunteers from several organizations worked together to help those in need in the Nashville community through the Second Harvest mobile food pantry.
The groups included Nashville Electric Service, Tennessee Valley Authority, Metro Police Department and Mt. Sinai Primitive Baptist Church.
They worked together to make sure people don’t go without food and good nutrition in a South Nashville neighborhood.
Second Harvest worked to set up the mobile food pantry in conjunction with their partner agency, God Ministries.
Tennessee’s First Lady Maria Lee has launched something called Tennessee Serves – an initiative to encourage adults and children around the state to volunteer in their communities.