Eddie Terrill, a team member at Humanim’s culinary social enterprise, City Seeds, recently shared about his experience as they’ve pivoted their efforts and partnered with organizations like BUILD and ReBUILD Metro to provide food in East Baltimore during the pandemic. From his letter featured on The Baltimore Sun, “We make healthy, home-cooked meals we would feed our children, and I do my part by writing notes of inspiration — ‘We Care’ or ‘Be Safe’ — and a smiley face on each package. It’s my small way of reminding the people we serve that they’re not alone.
This new focus fits well with City Seeds’ mission — to hire people with challenges to employment. We look forward to the time when people can go back to work and no longer rely on the food we deliver. But until then, we will keep working as a family in our kitchen on Wolfe Street, making good food, delivered with hope for a better future.”
Read Eddie’s letter at: https://bit.ly/3iErXds
And the recently published article about BUILD here: https://bit.ly/2DXVsYF