COVID-19 is putting a strain on a number of charitable organizations throughout Michigan as they try to keep hard-hit communities fed.
One of the organizations in our area that is trying to stay ahead of the demand is Forgotten Harvest. They're particularly hard hit because they rely on restaurants as one of their sources for donations, and those restaurants have been slammed by COVID-19.
Forgotten Harvest CEO Kirk Mayes is joining us for our UpFront segment to talk about their efforts.
You can see the full interview on 7 Action News at 7 pm.