GREENSBORO, N.C — A local nonprofit organization in the Triad received several pounds of food from the Greensboro Coliseum.
The Out of the Garden Project, a nonprofit whose mission is to feed children and their families in need, spent a few hours on the loading dock at the coliseum loading unused food.
After the ACC canceled their tournament, the coliseum donated their food to Out of the Garden Project.
“When we got over here it was a full array of meals they would have given out so there were pans of chicken, pork ziti and green beans and collards and hot dogs,” said Don Milholin, executive director and president of the Out of the Garden Project.
Out of the Garden Project is the Triad’s largest nonprofit organization that caters to feeding children and families who will miss meals outside of school or during various circumstances. So this opportunity to receive additional food came at the perfect time.