By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pennsylvania’s anti-hunger organizations are teaming with DoorDash to bring food boxes to seniors.READ MORE: West Virginia Lawmaker Craig Blair Compares Federal COVID-19 Vaccine Rule To Nazi Germany
The goal is to get more people involved in the Pennsylvania Senior Food Box Program.READ MORE: Biden Administration Says It Has Enough COVID-19 Vaccine Supply To Vaccinate 28 Million Kids Ages 5-11
The state says more than 300,000 seniors are eligible for free, nutritious meal deliveries but only 35,000 people are signed up.
The partnership with DoorDash was announced at the Westmoreland County Food Bank on Thursday and Second Lady Gisele Fetterman was on hand.MORE NEWS: Pitt Could Soon Announce Interim Policy Requiring COVID-19 Vaccinations
You might qualify for the program if you’re 60 and older. Click here for more.