Volunteers across metro Detroit and the nation are spreading the love – lasagna love.
It’s a national project feeding people who could use a little help and a warm meal during this pandemic.
“Lasagna Love” became the answer for many who faced a tough 2020. So far, the organization said about 1,500 volunteers have helped feed their neighbors.
“It was a long year. It was a whole decade worth of a year. It definitely, it changed everything,” Aasir Newton, a Lasagna Love recipient, said.
“That resulted in a pretty severe spinal injury. So the simple act of bending to chop a vegetable or wash a dish is remarkably difficult at this point,” Newton said.
The metro Detroit resident recalled hearing a national news report on Lasagna Love around the holidays.
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