Homemade meals in the Bay Area will go a long way towards feeding Ukrainian refugees.
ALAS, a Latino-centered social support organization in Half Moon Bay, teamed up with Bay Area Border Relief to make 1,500 pre-ordered tamales.
They will be ready for pickup today at 9 a.m. at locations in Half Moon Bay, Hillsborough, Menlo Park and Berkeley.
The money from the sales will go to the World Central Kitchen, which is providing food to Ukrainians fleeing the war.
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They've raised more than $11,000 so far.
They sold out of tamales but they're still collecting money for the cause.