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Female Volunteers to Support Delivering with Dignity on International Women’s Day, Monday, March 8, 2021

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... and coach Jon Gruden and general manager Mike Mayock pledged $7,000 to Delivering with Dignity. The group provides high-quality meals to vulnerable populations.

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Las Vegas WEEKLY

It’s been a long year of distance learning. The kids are Zoomed out, and parents are undoubtedly burned out, too. While there’s not much you can do about the mandated curriculum, there’s plenty you can teach your kids about the world beyond the classroom.

Las Vegas EATER

Las Vegas Eater highlights Delivering with Dignity as a community organization providing food access to fight food insecurity. 


Delivering with Dignity is noted as a resource in Nevada that provides job opportunities to hospitality workers.

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Las Vegas native Skyler Holloway ran a 100k ultramarathon to raise awareness for Delivering with Dignity and Goodie Two Shoes.

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"There is no short cuts, we just had to find a way to get meals delivered safely to those doorsteps, and that's the place where Delivering with Dignity steps in." - Co-Founder, Punam Mathur

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“It’s been a great opportunity to actually hear what their life is, their story and the reasons why we’re delivering to them,” Thompson said as he completed his deliveries for the day.

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Volunteers are needed for Delivering with Dignity, a program that aids the Las Vegas community in meal service deliveries to those in need.

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Delivering with Dignity is highlighted as an emergency response to help vulnerable and isolated individuals during the pandemic.

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Elizabeth Blau of Honey Salt shares how they partnered with incredible individuals and local non- profit organizations to create Delivering with Dignity, a comprehensive platform that provides freshly prepared, ready-to-eat meals to those most at risk in the Las Vegas area. 

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The Las Vegas Bowl Huddle group created 200+ homemade cards of hope delivered to United Way of Southern Nevada as a part of Delivering with Dignity.


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In just two weeks, Delivering with Dignity provided over 40,000 meals to the most vulnerable in the Las Vegas community.  


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With the help of Delivering with Dignity and Moonridge Group, Graffiti Bao has donated hundreds of meals to at-risk families.  

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Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, individuals, families and businesses in Las Vegas are stepping up to offer relief to people in the community who are in need of food, services and support.

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Fruits and vegetables grown in 180 Clark County School District school gardens were used to make meals for families in need as part of a collaboration between CCSD, Green Our Planet, Delivering With Dignity and local restaurants. 

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Graffiti Bao is one of four restaurants participating in the Delivering with Dignity food program. Other restaurants are Honey Salt, Valencian Gold and Jolt Coffee. 

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The Hyundai-Aptiv Driving Joint Venture, a collaboration between Hyundai and Aptiv (formerly Delphi) to develop autonomous vehicle technologies, is using driverless vehicles in Las Vegas to deliver food to families in partnership with a nonprofit.

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Entirely new programs have been developed to try and get food to at-risk populations, such as Delivering with Dignity, which expanded its efforts to the Reno and Sparks area and has delivered 26,500 meals during its first five weeks of operation.

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FOX 40

Contributions will be directed primarily to local COVID-19 relief funds and nonprofit and community organizations in Arizona, California and Nevada, where Western Alliance operates individually branded, full-service banking divisions.

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After a remarkably quick start under challenging circumstances, the Delivering With Dignity program has expanded into an emergency response effort with considerable success and potential. 



Now that the coronavirus pandemic means at-need older adults can’t leave their homes or have visitors, programs and services assisting them have had to radically adapt.

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With the start of the NFL Draft amidst the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Criss Angel has pledged to match Raiders General Manager Mike Mayock’s donation of $1,000 for each NFL Draft pick the team makes for the upcoming season, to COVID-19 related community assistance.

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“Delivering with Dignity” started as an emergency response to the COVID-19 pandemic. After launching last month, the program has provided nearly 20,000 meals. 

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A couple of weeks ago, Paras and Jeffrey were watching TV after a day of applying for small business grants and loans. With the sudden restaurant industry shutdown, they were trying to figure out a way to keep Valencian Gold alive, less than a year after opening its doors.

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These are surely tough times, with daily reports of dire hardship, grief and pain, but it’s not all bad news. Time and time again the Las Vegas community has rallied to help each other during a crisis, and the response to reach out during the current COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has been no different.

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No shows, no slots, no visitors: Coronavirus devastates Las Vegas 

The covid-19 lockdown in Las Vegas has taken a heavy toll on the city's entertainment and hospitality industries, and hundreds of thousands are out of work.

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Launched one month ago as an emergency response to the healthcare and economic crisis created by the novel coronavirus, Delivering with Dignity has grown exponentially in its effort to help the most vulnerable and isolated individuals in Southern Nevada.

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Illusionist and Las Vegas resident Criss Angel is taking part in the NFL Draft by pledging to donate to Clark County's "Delivering with Dignity" program in response to each pick the Raiders make.

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TwoTwo weeks into Nevada’s moratorium on dine-in service at restaurants, Gov. Steve Sisolak extended his March 18 mandatory 30-day nonessential business closure through the end of April. 

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TwoTwo weeks into Nevada’s moratorium on dine-in service at restaurants, Gov. Steve Sisolak extended his March 18 mandatory 30-day nonessential business closure through the end of April. 


Now that the coronavirus pandemic means at-need older adults can’t leave their homes or have visitors, programs and services assisting them have had to radically adapt. 


Las Vegas Raiders general manager Mike Mayock plans to turn a tough situation with the upcoming NFL Draft into a charitable opportunity.


Unique times prompt unique gestures, and Raiders GM Mike Mayock just announces one special, unique gesture.


The glaring hole the Raiders have at wide receiver makes it a near guarantee they’ll focus on that position on draft night. Very likely with the 12th pick overall, the first of their two first-round s......


Clark County and Honey Salt have teamed up for “Delivering with Dignity,” a pilot program with a mission to feed our community’s vulnerable families and keep them safe from COVID-19.


Clark County Commission Chairman Marilyn Kirkpatrick and community partners have launched a pilot called “Delivering with Dignity “ to bring high-quality meals directly to the most vulnerable families in the Las Vegas Valley, keeping them and the community safe by reducing the risk of exposure to COVID-19.


Over the last week, Elizabeth Blau and her husband have had to lay off more than 90% of their staff and close all but one of their restaurants.



Clark County officials and community partners on Monday announced that they have launched a program called "Delivering with Dignity" to bring meals to vulnerable families in the Las Vegas Valley.

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Catholic Charities, Three Square  and Delivering With Dignity are doing whatever it takes to get food to those in need in this time of crisis. 


Delivering With Dignity unites the efforts of local restaurants and the United Way of Southern Nevada to create high-quality meals and deliver them to the homes of local seniors and other highly vulnerable families, keeping them at home and reducing the risk of exposure to COVID-19.

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Review Journal

Valley leaders launch food delivery program for vulnerable families. 

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'Delivering with Dignity' program to bring meals to families during outbreak.


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