The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way most of us do business and live our lives. That includes many local non-profit organizations. For example: Manna Food Pantries.
“Overnight we went from 84 volunteers to 11,” said De De Flounlacker, the executive director of Manna. “We had to ask our volunteers who were 65 and older to take a break for their safety.”
For the record, Flounlacker says all of Manna’s employees and volunteers are safe and healthy and learning to operate in a very changed environment.