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Local Student Launches Organization To Deliver Meals To Health Care Workers During Pandemic

Grey Cohen, a sophomore at Druid Hills High School and the founder of The Meal Bridge, joined “Closer Look” to share how her newly formed nonprofit helps deliver free meals to health care workers during their shifts.
Grey Cohen, a sophomore at Druid Hills High School and the founder of The Meal Bridge, joined “Closer Look” to share how her newly formed nonprofit helps deliver free meals to health care workers during their shifts.
Credit The Meal Bridge

A local high school student is working to help front-line health care workers and restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Grey Cohen, a sophomore at Druid Hills High School, created The Meal Bridge.

The newly launched organization serves as a bridge between hospitals and restaurants.

The Meal Bridge allows the public to purchase meals for health care workers from a variety of restaurants.

So far, The Meal Bridge has partnered with hospitals in Atlanta, Seattle, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C.

Grey Cohen, the founder of The Meal Bridge, joined “Closer Look” to discuss the inspiration behind the organization and the importance of helping others during the coronavirus pandemic.

 

Guest:

Grey Cohen, founder of The Meal Bridge

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Grey Cohen
High school student Grey Cohen joined “Closer Look” to talk about her organization, The Meal Bridge. (Courtesy of The Meal Bridge)