On Saturday, Osceola County, lead by District 3 Commissioner Brandon Arrington, hosted a Farm Share food distribution at St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Poinciana. Hundreds of cars lined up for food assistance after being negatively by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Florida is continuing to move towards “normal” with its service and tourism industry reopening, bringing back many jobs that were lost at the onset of the pandemic, but many families are still experiencing food insecurity and are struggling with making ends meet.

“We’re here working today with the help of State Representative (Kristen) Arrington from District 43, as well as myself, at St. Rose of Lima, with New Dimensions High School volunteering, and also volunteers from the church as well,” Commissioner Brandon Arrington shared from the food distribution line at the event. “We’ve had over 250 cars lined up this morning by 10 am before the event started, so we’re continuing to give out wonderful food, fresh produce., meat, and some almond milk as well. We know a lot of folks have been negatively affected over the last year and a half, and we want to make sure no one goes hungry in Osceola County.”

To meet those needs in the community, non-profit organizations and local governments continue to come together to organize food distribution events, like Saturday’s Farm Share event, to assist those In need,

On Saturday, June 19th, District 3 Commissioner and Chairman of the Osceola County Commission, Brandon Arrington will host a free, drive-thru Farm Share food distribution. The event will begin at 10 a.m. at St. Rose of Lima Church, located at 3880 Pleasant Hill Road, Kissimmee.

The food distribution event was supported by Farm Share and State Representative from District 43 Kristen Arrington.