The couple wasted no time in volunteering who had moved to the L.A. last month. They worked with Project Angel Food to provide meals to 20 vulnerable people in the city.
“They first turned up on Easter Sunday and asked to volunteer on Wednesday. I am blown away that they chose us. Our clients are more at risk of contracting the coronavirus, having compromised immune systems, including heart disease, lung disease, diabetes, and most over the age of 60. I was thrilled with their decision to work with the organization.” – says the excited Project Angel Food’s director Richard Ayoub.
Both followed social distancing guidelines by wearing face masks and keeping a six feet distance. They wanted to reduce the workload of the drivers, and so they delivered in West Hollywood Today.
This non-profit organization was started in 1989 by Marianne Williamson, which helps people impacted with illness and has continued their work in pandemic facing several challenges, including an increase of demand from helpless citizens.
It serves 1600 meals a day, which has increased at this time, and the Sussex couples have provided a helping hand.