SAFETY HARBOR, Fla. — A Pinellas County woman and her army of volunteers are feeding a community with nutritious food and much more.

Christina Sauger is the founder of Harbor Dish Community Café, a non-profit operation that provides free meals.  

"I found a need that people needed a good meal,” said Sauger of creating the non-profit.

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Sauger said she quickly found the need was great and not only about food.

“(We’re) a mobile community cafe where we not only feed the need for hunger,” said Sauger. “But we feed the need for communication and human interaction."

Harbor Dish offers meals and also delivers food to other non-profits organization serving foster families, domestic violence survivors and others. They typically make 300 to 400 meals a month.

Sauger’s good deeds also extend to her professional life.  

She also works in real estate and was recently named the 2021 Good Neighbor by the National Association of Realtors.  

Her organization makes great food and is providing even more in a needed time.

"It's also about feeding the need for human connection,” she said. “So we're feeding the mind and the soul."