KISSIMMEE, Fla. — It’s called #FeedOsceola. Organizers of a grassroots campaign are working to feed families in need while supporting local businesses.

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  • #FeedOsceola helping families in need, local businesses

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A Kissimmee chef and Kent Custom Homes came together to create the campaign, Feed Osceola. The project raised over $23,000 for the Osceola Council on Aging.

The Council will be using 75% of it to purchase produce from local farmers, like Mick Farms in St. Cloud, and distribute those fresh foods to folks.

The other 25% will be spent at small businesses, buying gift cards from them to give away to residents.

“We’re able to sell to the Council on Aging at a very reasonable price. Cheaper than they can get it from a broker,” Aaron Mick the owner of Mick Farms said. “So I think it’s good and important to have local farms help the local community especially in times like these.”

If you’d like to chip in financially or by donating your time to the Council, visit the Osceola Council on Aging's website.