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ktvn channel 2 news

Delivering with Dignity is a local program that delivers high quality meals from local restaurant partners to the vulnerable population in the Reno-Sparks area.

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hungry in reno

Hungry in Reno highlights Delivering with Dignity, a service program where volunteers deliver high-quality meals from locally-owned restaurants directly to vulnerable families. Launched on May 4 of this year by Lt. Governor Kate Marshall and United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra.

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kolo 8 news now

Over the last five weeks, Delivering with Dignity made and delivered about 10,000 meals in the Truckee Meadows. Driver Kristin Greenstreet says dropping meals off to seniors and veterans is the highlight of her week.

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northern nevada business weekly

As of this week, more than 10,000 meals have been delivered to in-need members of the Reno-Sparks community since the May 4 launch of Delivering with Dignity Reno-Sparks.

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alice 96.5 insight

Lt. Governor Kate Marshall and Michael Brazier, CEO of Nothern Nevada and the Sierra, were interviewed by Deanna from Alice 96.5 INSIGHT about the Delivering with Dignity program.

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KkOH AM 780 news talk

Nevada Lt. Governor, Kate Marshall, was interviewed by Jake Parker of KKOH about Delivering with Dignity. The interview ran on KKOH, Wild 102.9, K-Bull and 95.5 The Vibe.

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KTVN RENO

Delivering with Dignity has delivered more than 6,000 meals to the vulnerable residents within the Reno-Sparks area by 150 volunteers.

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this is reno

Over 6,000 fresh meals have been delivered to in-need members of the Reno-Sparks community in under four weeks, thanks to Delivering with Dignity Reno-Sparks.

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NORTHERN NEVADA BUSINESS WEEKLY

Lt. Gov. Kate Marshall speaks at a May 4 press conference announcing the launch of Delivering with Dignity Reno-Sparks, while United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra CEO Michael Brazier looks on.

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RENO GAZETTE JOURNAL

...program in which community service organizations, local restaurants and volunteers join to provide prepared meals to at-risk families to reduce their potential exposure to the coronavirus.

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NEWS 2

...The needs will probably grow as our economy struggles for the next week, month, or potentially year. And now is the time we need to all step up,” says Mike Kazmierski, president and CEO, EDAWN.

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KOLO 8 NEWS NOW

“In nine days we were able to raise $100,000," Marshall explained. "We were able to get a restaurant, we got the United Way of Northern Nevada, We got 3 nonprofits, and these incredible volunteer drivers.”

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NEWS 4

Delivering with Dignity Reno-Sparks, a public service program where volunteers deliver high-quality meals from locally-owned restaurants directly to vulnerable families, officially launched today.