BIKERS BRING 30,000 MEALS TO FEED MIGRANTS IN NEW MEXICO

 

On Friday, 25 motorcycles hauling a donation of 30,000 non-perishable meals for migrants was delivered to a facility in New Mexico. Las Cruces Fire Department Battalion Chief Michael Daniels, the emergency operations commander on scene, said the donation was a welcome surprise. The bikers arrived Friday ready to unload five or six pallets’ worth of meals from Pack Away Hunger, an Indiana-based nonprofit that distributes meals in pouches that can be prepared with hot water. The organization delivers to countries worldwide.

… The bikers arrived without announcement, and with the help of migrants, who immediately lined up to assist, the meals were unloaded in minutes.

 

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