Today on Soft Power Radio, in Part IV of our series on houselessness in Reno, we are in conversation with Blaize Abuntori and Ulyses Dorantes of the Reno Burrito Project and Amie Duncan of Reno Soup for the Soul.

There’s a good chance you’ve seen them around serving delicious, hot food to your houseless neighbors. Maybe you’ve rolled a few burritos or heated up a couple pots of soup yourself – both projects are deeply rooted in community-based work and mutual aid. We’ll talk about how they got started, the simple yet innovative way they are able to function on a weekly basis, and why what they do is so vital at this time.

Find out more @renoburritoproject and @renosoupforthesoul – you can always get involved, just reach out!