Lasagna Love looking for volunteers

“Dear PoPville,

A volunteer organization I am part of, Lasagna Love, delivers homemade Lasagnas to families in DC. There are more requests than volunteers available to make Lasagnas in DC. In DC, there is a backlog of 60 families requesting a lasagna due to health reasons, financial situations, life events, etc. On average, it takes about $15- $20 to make each lasagna. If anyone is looking for a volunteer opportunity in DC, please check out Lasagna Love and sign up

Volunteering is easy and you can sign up once or many times!

You sign up for a week you’d like to make a lasagna, you are matched with a recipient based on the geography you outline, you send a text confirming time/location to drop the lasagna with the recipient, you make a homemade lasagna at your home, and you deliver it to their doorstep with a text that it’s been delivered. It’s all anonymous. 

If you’re in need of a lasagna you can request one here.”

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