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.
Building bridges for communities to access sustainably 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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