Open Arms of Minnesota

Twin Cities Live follows an Open Arms’ delivery

KSTP reporter, Kelli Hanson, visited Open Arms headquarters to speak with several members of our Open Arms community before following a delivery of our meals to two of our clients. Kelli spoke with Ethan Armstrong, Communications Director, about the need for medically tailored meals in our community and long-time volunteer Nelson Rhodus about his experience delivering meals to his neighbors in need. 

Kelli followed along with Nelson and his wife Patti to deliver meals to two of our clients. Kelli spoke with our clients, John and Troy, about how our meals impact their lives and their special relationship with our volunteers. 

Watch the Twin Cities Live segment from Wednesday, July 20th, HERE.

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