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‘God’s Love We Deliver’ Recognized as Mets April Community Hero

Wednesday, April 24, 2024

As part of Major League Baseball’s Commissioner’s Community Initiative, this season the Mets are
recognizing staff from local non-profit organizations that have gone above and beyond to make a
positive impact on our community.

In honor of National Volunteer Month, the Mets highlighted God’s Love We Deliver as their Community
Hero. God’s Love We Deliver President and CEO, David Ludwigson, and volunteers were honored with
tickets, gift bags, and a pre-game ceremony at the April 27 home game against the Washington
Nationals.

God’s Love cooks and home-delivers nutritious, medically tailored meals for people too sick to shop or
cook for themselves. Founded in 1985 as a response to the AIDS pandemic, God’s Love now serves
people living with more than 200 different diagnoses. In 2023, the organization will work with more
than 13,000 volunteers to deliver 3.4 million meals to people living with serious and chronic diseases.