A Success Story

COVID-19 created a substantial demand on non-profit organizations to distribute food and other essential items at different events throughout San Bernardino County. When Victor Valley Transit Authority (VVTA) was asked to assist with these events, three VVTA staff members stepped up and offered their service whenever needed. These staff members drove paratransit buses to food banks to assist with picking up large amounts of food to be distributed at events at multiple locations. They would then transport and offload the food and actively distribute the food at the drive-up events for the community. They participated in over 20 different events, benefitting thousands of individuals and families. Their help was critical in making these events a real benefit to the community in these times of need.

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