BOISE, Idaho — Life's Kitchen in Boise is helping provide food for the homeless. The organization is known for giving young people a fresh start by teaching them culinary arts and life skills.
The food the make is sold at their dine-in cafe, but like everything else, the cafe is close and the students are all staying home. Managers and staff are still on the job, however, making and sending out around 2,000 meals a week to help feed Boise's homeless population.
"We just had the opportunity to be part of the response team and continue helping those in need, and increase our numbers of charitable meals," said Cory Rodriguez, Communications Manager at Life's Kitchen.
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