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Volunteer group delivers homemade lasagna to families in need

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Posted at 7:06 AM, Dec 10, 2020
and last updated 2020-12-10 10:06:34-05

A southern California group calling themselves Lasagna Love is baking up batches of Lasagna for strangers in need.

Since the begining of the Pandemic the group has spread all over the country and now has over 3,000 volunteers.

Those volunteers drop off home-cooked meals at the doors of families in need.

Angela Rosenblatt is one the volunteers she cooks 20 lasagnas a week for families in her community. She says she thinks it inspires hope, that there's someone out there who cares.

"I think it's a very different message that we send when we put our heart, we put our soul, we put our time into providing a home-cooked meal for someone," said Rosenblatt.

According to the Lasagna Love website there are not any volunteers in Bakersfield.
But if you're interested you can register on their website where they'll then begin to assign you to families in need.

To sign up the group is asking for an email address, a location and how often you can deliver meals.