Members of the school's fine-arts department volunteered to distribute prepared meals alongside Feed the Need.
Windermere Prep's fine-arts program recently supported Feed the Need by distributing free meals and produce to those in the arts and entertainment community.
Teachers and staff in the school's fine-arts department volunteered their time Friday, Oct. 16, at The Plaza Live! in Orlando. As part of the initiative, the program sponsored a day of meals for local arts and entertainment professionals who have been hit the hardest during the pandemic.
"The fine-arts program believes this is the time to come together in the community and help others in their time of need," according to a press release from WPS."
Meals have been available to performers, musicians, visual artists, design and production personnel, those in entertainment management and more.
"In honor of arts educators and teaching artists, Windermere Prep Fine Arts happily supports the Feed the Need organization," said Jason King, the school's director of fine arts.
For more information or to volunteer, visit Feed the Need's website by clicking here. To donate, select "Arts Community Meals."