With many institutional food buyers, such as universities, restaurants, and hotels, remaining closed or partially open in response to the coronavirus pandemic, the nation’s food supply…Read More Using technology to keep the food supply chain moving during disruptive times
Room In The Inn – Memphis currently organizes a network of 55 local faith communities to provide shelter for people experiencing homelessness in Memphis and…Read More JOIN THE ‘INN’ CROWD: Room In The Inn aims to double homeless shelter network
By Ashley Davis, for High Ground News There’s been a flood of relief efforts in response to Covid-19, but are resources getting to the Memphis…Read More When COVID-19 relief didn’t come, Douglass residents stepped up for their own
This article was originally published by Medium, for Medium’s Epicenter Memphis page. Republished with permission. By Anthony Young, Capital Executive in Residence for Epicenter Before the…Read More Black Business Matters: Making COVID-19 Relief Equitable for Our Most Vulnerable Entrepreneurs
By Cole Bradley, for High Ground News In the COVID-19 pandemic, the internet is a crucial tool for finding accurate information and aid. But U.S.…Read More The Unreachables: Memphis nonprofit meets its no-tech neighbors at their doorsteps
Seven creatives share how their craft helps them cope, and stay in touch. “I discovered it was my form of therapy. . . to be…Read More Creatively Coping, By Touch
While Congress works on more relief money, a report from Alignable and (casual) correspondence with local business owners reveal heartbreaking and potentially devastating challenges with…Read More CARES Act Relief – Where’s my (local) money? And, is more (local) help on the way?
Photo: The Mid-South Food Bank gives out 14-day food boxes at the Shelby County Schools central office on Wednesdays. PHOTO CREDIT: Shelby County Schools By Laura Faith Kebede for…Read More Thousands more Memphis families picking up meals while school is out