KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – The East Tennessee Foundation along with participating retailers and locally based hunger-relief groups are collaborating to sell T-shirts in an effort to help feed Tennesseans impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Partnering retailers will sell the #COVIDfeedTN T-shirts in regions throughout the state. The money from the T-shirt sales is then distributed to credentialed hunger-relief effort within the region.
Tennessee nonprofits with hunger-relief and food-distribution related missions can apply for grants via their Community Foundations’ websites.
To apply in East Tennessee, visit ETF’s Neighbor to Neighbor Disaster Relief Fund.
T-shirts can be purchased at participating locations of Kroger, Food City and Pilot retailers across Tennessee. Online orders can be placed here.
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