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Slutty Vegan to donate thousands of Impossible burgers to Atlanta’s front-line responders

Slutty Vegan to donate thousands of Impossible burgers to Atlanta frontline responders
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The vegan eatery has partnered with Impossible Foods to serve Atlanta’s fire stations, police departments, and waste management centers. 

Slutty Vegan ATL and Impossible Foods have teamed up to set up an ongoing meal support program for first responders in the Atlanta community.

The vegan eatery has already been providing free meals to hospitals and National Church residents in partnership with the Pinky Cole Foundation since March.

Now, Slutty vegan and Impossible Foods will donate burgers, chips, and drinks to the Atlanta Fire Rescue Foundation on allotted dates in June followed by donations to Atlanta Police Department and ATL Strong—a service that collates emergency and assistance programs required as a result of the pandemic.

“We are appreciative of our essential workers as they have been spending countless hours to help us push through this pandemic,” said Pinky Cole, the founder and CEO of Slutty Vegan.

 “They are risking both their lives and time away from their families to make sure our city stays strong in our fight.”

Apart from donating meals to hospitals and senior shelters, the founder’s non-profit has also launched other initiatives, which include bailing out small businesses in the Metro-Atlanta area by paying the rent, supporting college students wanting to return to their families during this pandemic, as well as floating an Entrepreneurs Anonymous Digital initiative to help businesses struggling to stay afloat amid the crisis.

Impossible Community

Plant-based meat maker Impossible Foods has also been helping those in need during the corona crisis.

In March, Impossible Foods launched the #ImpossibleCommunity campaign with an initial donation of 83,000 pounds of Impossible Burger to Alameda County Community Food Bank.

The company also pledged that it would donate 10,000 pounds of Impossible Burger every week for the next two months to food banks and other organizations feeding the frontlines and nourishing America’s most at-risk communities.

Since the beginning of the crisis, Impossible Foods has donated its burgers to several organizations including Feeding America, No Kid Hungry, Bareburger, Feed The Frontlines NYC, and Support + Feed among others.

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