Moving food

By | April 25, 2015

TulsaPeople

Josh Lynch, The Dog House food truck; 
Michael Grogan, Food On The Move volunteer coordinator; Taylor Hanson, FOTM founder; and Katie Plohocky, R&G Family Grocers.

Josh Lynch, The Dog House food truck; Michael Grogan, Food On The Move volunteer coordinator; Taylor Hanson, FOTM founder; and Katie Plohocky, R&G Family Grocers.

Evan Taylor

Taylor Hanson is best known as one-third of a chart-topping band of brothers, but his latest project helps Tulsans experiencing hunger, health issues and poverty.

“Food On The Move is a true partnership of organizations committed to serving our community, with a vision for long-term impact in underserved areas of Tulsa,” Hanson said in a press release. 

Spearheaded by his Community Partners Fund, FOTM brings food trucks, groceries and health resources to food deserts — areas without close access to healthy groceries — offering a “pay as you can” model.

The next FOTM event is noon-2 p.m., May 21, at Tulsa Community College’s Northeast Campus, 3727 E. Apache St. Visit www.foodonthemoveok.comfor more information.

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