BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The United Way of Central Maryland and DoorDash teamed up on Monday to deliver meal kits to senior citizens in a part of Baltimore hit hard by the coronavirus.

The groups teamed up to deliver meal kits to those living in the 21215 ZIP code in northwest Baltimore.

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The expanded “Ride United” program will now make it possible for hundreds of meals to be delivered to neighborhoods throughout central Maryland over the next several months.

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