A Metro Detroit family launched a charity during the height of the COVID pandemic in 2020 to help families facing food insecurity.
They’re helping folks struggling in Michigan and halfway around the world.
While COVID restrictions are easing in the United States, the crisis is far from over in India.
They’ve since raised more than a $160,000 distributing hundreds of meal kits each week in India.
Hunger Relief donated hundreds of pounds of fresh produce Sunday to Zaman International in Inkster. It also has been donating meal kits for hungry families in India.
“We’re an American immigrant story, so when we contribute to those people, it’s helping the community we came from,” said Zainab Boxwala.
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