We are excited to introduce you to an incredible group of mothers, featured recently in The Washington Post, who are shining examples of how community driven solutions are created.
At the height of the pandemic, Ana Delia Romero made it her mission to ensure none of her neighbors were going hungry. She approached United Community about establishing a mobile food distribution site at her mobile home park. Because of the efforts of Ana and other women there, a United Community truck loaded with food now arrives once a week. They quickly, efficiently, and fairly distribute these food resources throughout the community.
Their efforts are an amazing example of how the voice of community members like Ana are instrumental to the work United Community does. As an engaged citizen and grassroots leader, Ana is in the best position to advocate for the needs of her friends and neighbors.