Before the COVID-19 pandemic hit the Atlanta metro, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and her leadership team moved swiftly, to plan for as many foreseeable contingencies as possible. The immediate goal was to make sure government kept running and remained accessible to residents – even with City Hall closed.

Additionally, the Mayor reached out to local business and community partners to help in the fight to protect the City’s many communities, especially those that might be harder hit than others.

One of those groups was Goodr, a non-profit that makes sure vulnerable people and families have enough nutritious food to eat.