G-Eazy is making sure kids on his home turf don’t go hungry while sheltering in place due to coronavirus … hooking ’em up with free grub.
Here’s the deal … the Bay Area rapper, through his Endless Summer Fund, is providing meals to local at-risk youths in San Francisco — and the G-Eazy gravy train is gonna be running for the next month, we’re told.
G-Eazy’s partnering with Larkin Street Youth Services to fund a local food truck which will help reach community members who can’t easily access meals at Larkin’s walk-in sites. The food truck will provide lunch 7 days a week for the next month, the duration of San Fran’s shelter-in-place order.
The name of the food truck is Mi Morena and it’s equipped with a full commercial kitchen. G-Eazy’s Endless Summer Fund is footing the bill … and Larkin Street Youth Services is a nonprofit dedicated to ending youth homelessness in the Bay.
As you know, schools across the country are closed due to the coronavirus outbreak … and unfortunately, millions of students depend on schools for daily meals, so they need all the assistance they can get.
Arnold Schwarzenegger launched a similar initiative earlier this month … partnering with TikTok to donate $3 million to help provide meals to needy kids across the nation.