Welcome Neighbor STL is continuing its mission of uniting people through food with drive-thru events

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Kasey Carlson | Dec 2, 2020

Welcome Neighbor STL, which supports and connects refugees from abroad who have moved to St. Louis, uses supper club dinners hosted by members to both raise money for those who cook the meals while creating bonds within the community. When COVID-19 ramped up in Missouri, those typical dinners had to be cancelled, but the organization was able to pivot to be able to keep funds coming in and keep relationships intact with a drive-thru system. Welcome Neighbor STL tested the concept for World Refugee Day back in June, and it was a hit.

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