Volunteers filling bags with meals at Community Servings in Boston. The organization is poised to nearly triple its meal production with a $21 million expansion of its headquarters. Credit: Kayana Szymczak for The New York Times

8.21.18 / Policy

“If Food Is Medicine, These Are the Labs”

The New York Times recently featured God’s Love We Deliver and other medically tailored meal organizations from the national Food Is Medicine Coalition (FIMC) in an article about our innovation in healthcare. The article discusses the important policy and research work that is being done on the national level and also features Community Servings, our peer organization in Boston, and their recent expansion project. Our own expansion of the Michael Kors building in 2015 was also featured, as well as the collective work of the Food is Medicine Coalition. Read more via the link below.

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Accelerating Access to Medically Tailored Meals

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Elected Officials Volunteer on Thanksgiving

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