Program pays Metro Detroit restaurants to cook meals for people in need
DETROIT – The Detroit Free Press and Metro Detroit Chevy Dealers have teamed up for a program that helps to feed health care workers and local food banks. For the last month, Detroit Free Press has raised money to pay restaurants like Folk Detroit, $20 per meal donated -- as part of their Top 10 Cares program. Aimie Rosner is the Marketing and Events Director at the Detroit Free Press. We’ve, we’ve paid ourselves -- we pay our bills. The Whitmer Administration plans to implement another liquor buyback program for restaurants and bars and partner with Michigan restaurants to allow SNAP benefits for prepared meals.