Restaurants across Middle Tennessee are being forced to close their doors because of Covid-19.

The Urban Green Lab doesn't want their food to go to waste.

Here are a list of places now accepting food donations:

One Generation Way is accepting non-perishables, produce and prepared foods.  To donate, call Chris Whitney at 314-239-9754.

Project Return is accepting non-perishables, produce and prepared foods.  To donate, call Hanna Naum-Stoian at 501-449-3092.

The Second Harvest Food Bank is accepting non-perishables, frozen and refrigerated goods. To donate, call Courtney Blaise at 615-815-9025.

Society of St. Andrew is accepting non-perishables, produce and prepared foods.  To donate, call Kelsey Miller at 615-878-6134.

The Nashville Food Project is accepting non-perishables and produce.  To donate, call David Frease at 615-612-9923.

 

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