Doctors for Healthy Communities delivered Panera bagels/breakfast to Backside Learning Center at Churchill Downs (BLC) and J.O. Blanton House on the morning of Thursday, May 12 as part of Panera’s Day-End Dough-Nation Program.
This program by Panera allows DHC to share bread and pastries that weren’t sold the previous day with local non-profit organizations, low-income housing, and shelters. Thank you to Panera for selecting DHC to be a part of this program. To learn more about how this initiative got started, click here.
BLC is an independent non-profit organization providing support and resources in a safe, welcoming environment for racetrack workers and their families. Educational support for adults and youth, health programs, human services and more are available in this community center. Learn more at https://backsidelearningcenter.org.
J.O. Blanton House is a low income senior living apartments facility in downtown Louisville. To learn more, visit https://blantonhouse.com.