The RAP4BRONX (Relief Access Program for The Bronx) was launched in Mid-March 2020 amid the Covid-19 pandemic with a mission to collect and donate meals, groceries and essential supplies to frontline workers, senior citizens, and vulnerable residents in the Bronx and throughout New York City.
A trailer for “Meeting The Need: RAP4Bronx”, a film by @wondermapperproductions Directed by @_adamouellette_ and @jayjayvuu —currently in post production—, about how everyday people of the Bronx community have rallied around solving food insecurity, featuring RAP4BRONX as a key organizer.
Since our first delivery of 100 donated boxed meals to POTS soup kitchen in the Bronx, the RAP4Bronx has grown to be not only a substantial operator in the New York City food relief space but a resourceful program for communities to find and get access to services that will help them build and sustain healthy futures.
Food insecurity is a pre-existing condition that has plagued our communities for far too long. The Covid-19 pandemic exacerbated this condition.
Access to food is not a privilege, it's a human right.
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