Open Arms of Minnesota

Open Arms Named as a Recipient of FIMC Grant

DaVita Giving Foundation Provides $1.4 Million Grant Toward Addressing Food Insecurity

Open Arms has been named a recipient of a $1.4 Million grant made to the Food Is Medicine Coalition (FIMC) by The DaVita Giving Foundation, a private charitable organization created by DaVita Inc. FIMC is a national association of 25 nonprofits around the country focusing on addressing the dual crisis of illness and hunger.

We appreciate DaVita’s commitment to addressing the dual crisis of illness and hunger as we continue our efforts to provide medically tailored meals free of cost to our clients. We’d also like to congratulate fellow recipients: Project Open Hand in Sacramento, Project Angel Food in Los Angeles, and Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida in Orlando..

Open Arms is one of four member organizations receiving grant money. Read the full press release from FIMC here.

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