Titus O-Neil of WWE, Dave Bautista shows support with Feed The Need Florida

Feed The Need Florida was joined by Titus O’Neil, of the WWE, to serve more than 610 foster families throughout Hillsborough County; in partnership with the Children’s Home Network and 4 Rivers Smokehouse Tampa.

O’Neil, who was recently named a finalist for the Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award of the year, helped distribute 3,050 meals.

Feed The Need Florida has come alongside the Florida Department of Agriculture’s Summer Food Service Program, which provides meals to students, to provide Family Meals to students, family members and others in need.  The organization has reached a milestone of serving more than 500,000 meals, since launching in March of 2020 in response to COVID-19.

O’Neil was joined by John Rivers, founder of Feed The Need Florida, and 4 Rivers Restaurant; as well as actor, and retired professional wrestler, Dave Bautista.

Individuals, and corporations, can support Feed the Need Florida in two ways:

Donate now at feedtheneedfl.org. Individual, foundation and corporate donations are welcome.

Spread the word, and encourage others to contribute to support Feed the Need Florida, via social media using the hashtag #FeedtheNeedFL.


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