Forced to close over coronavirus, these restaurants are now cooking meals for the homeless

Food workers are facing lost wages and even lost jobs, yet they’re still managing to brighten lives and fill bellies in their communities.

After citywide restrictions closed restaurants in Detroit, Michigan, five chefs from local eateries took stock of their kitchens, pooled their perishables and started cooking up creations for the city’s homeless.

They call their program Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen for Good, and with additional food donations, they are preparing meals for three shelters that are desperately trying to keep the city’s homeless safe.

“The healthy meals are boosting the morale of the population, as well as lifting a financial burden from the mission,” a representative from one of the shelters said.

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