Nonprofits, restaurants, donors collaboration serves front-line workers

Tracy Steffen (left) of new non-profit "No Cape Required" with Candice Nicholas, events manager for New Life Culinary Creations makes a food donation to Murrieta Fire Station #4, May 1. "No Cape Required" is founded by members of both 100 Women Who Care Temecula Valley and Caring, Sharing & Giving. The new non-profit works to receive donations from members of the community to fund meals for frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
No Cape Required was created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic by the members of nonprofits 100 Women Who Care Temecula Valley and Caring, Sharing and Giving.To date, more than 600 Riverside County essential and front-line workers have received free meals while on the job, thanks to the group that is only two weeks old.And that number grows every day, said Tracy Steffen, a member of 100 Women Who Care and the person in charge of finding partner restaurants to provide the food to first responders.Wildom
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