Musically Fed, the Country Music Association and Flavor Catering delivered over 1,000 meals to Nashville area nonprofits during CMA Awards week, collecting excess catering from rehearsals, crew set up, and the award show itself.
Flavor Catering, a consistent Musically Fed partner, worked each day of the week of the CMA Awards to identify and provide individually packaged unused meals, which were picked up by Musically Fed volunteers and delivered to Matthew 25, Room In The Inn and Green Street Church Ministries.
“We are proud to continue our partnership with Musically Fed,” says CMA Chief Executive Officer Sarah Trahern. “Just like our work with them during the pandemic, we share a dedication to addressing food insecurity in our community and are glad that we could help feed many from our additional resources at the CMA Awards. Nashville is our home and we appreciate Musically Fed helping us support our community in this way.”
“Musically Fed’s partnership with the Country Music Association is a bright and shining example of what a successful collaboration can do to help so many in need,” says Musically Fed Founder Maria Brunner. “By working together to re-purpose unused catering from rehearsals, crew set-up, the Awards show, and tear down, we were able to positively impact many communities in the Nashville area. We are so very thankful for this relationship and look forward to working with the CMA on the next major event.”
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