Revive & Thrive Project delivers at-home meals during pandemic

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — A nonprofit in West Michigan is working to serve the community during the coronavirus pandemic by delivering free meals directly to people’s homes.

The Revive & Thrive Project is based in Grand Rapids and since April 1, organizers say they’ve delivered nearly 1,000 meals to people in the community.

The Revive & Thrive Project preparing meals for the West Michigan community. (Courtesy)

The organization works with teenagers by helping them gain cooking skills.

However, during the COVID-19 pandemic, they say they’ve limited the number of volunteers in the kitchen.

That’s not stopping their goal of providing a minimum of three months’ worth of home-delivered meals for free to people who are at higher risk of contracting the coronavirus.

Organizers say they’re glad they’re still able to make a difference during this tough time.

Meals delivered by the Revive & Thrive Project. (Courtesy)

“We’re teaching teens healthy cooking and job skills, but we’re also providing vital nourishment to people during a health crisis, and now that’s more important than ever,” said Wendy Borden, the executive director of the Revive & Thrive Project.

More information about the Revive & Thrive Project can be found online.