On a normal weekday, Listrak corporate chefs would be busy preparing meals to serve to employees of the Lititz-based tech firm. With its staff working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, the company decided to assign its talented culinary staff a different duty — cooking wholesome meals for guests at Water Street Mission, a Christian homeless shelter in the city of Lancaster. Starting on Monday, April 6, the Listrak chefs began preparing hot and healthy meals rom food donated by Kegel’s Produce. The meals are picked up in the late afternoon on Monday, Wednesday and Friday by volunteers from nearby North Group Consulting and driven to Water Street’s community dining room. With the help of the United Way of Lancaster County and Meals on Wheels of Lancaster, the group has also launched the Lititz Community Hub @ Listrack and is seeking financial support. Hunger-Free Lancaster County salutes these community leaders and thanks its chair, Mike Brubaker, for his role in creating this innovative initiative that is making a difference during a very difficult time.