Careful readers of New Times Best of Miami editions might notice a couple of things. First, Feeding South Florida is based in Broward County, which even the most geographically challenged will note is not in Miami. And second, the charity was given this same award in the 2020 Best of Miami issue.
But frankly, the organization is just that good, and its services are essential to the neediest among us in the entire region — which includes Miami-Dade County. During the past 12 months, the charity’s leadership and army of volunteers have selflessly stepped up to help South Floridians dealing with the fallout from the pandemic.
Although the group was recently dealt a setback — losing out on a state food-distribution contract in Broward and Palm Beach counties — its long and impressive track record ensures that it will continue to fulfill its mission for years to come.
By: Ashley-Anna Aboreden, Juliana Accioly, Francisco Alvarado, Alexi C, Cardona, Joshua Ceballos, Tony M. Centeno, Nicole Danna, Jeremy David, Carolina del Busto, Alex DeLuca, Laine Doss, Jose D. Duran, Dan Evans, Tom Finkel, Natalia Galicza, Alan Halaly, Shanae Hardy, Jen Karetnick, Michael Majchrowicz, Olivia McAuley, Aaliyah Pasols, David Rolland, Jess Swanson, Catherine Toruño, Elena Vivas, and Ryan Yousefi.
Originally published on August 21, 2021 by Miami New Times. View original article, here.