Michael Keaton to the rescue with bus-stop meals for Pittsburgh kids

During these uncertain times, Pittsburgh needs a hero. Today, Batman and a team of do-gooders heeded the call.

Actor Michael Keaton, a native of Robinson Township who played the caped crusader on the big screen in 1989, provided financial support for a bus stop meal distribution. The project is a collaboration between local nonprofits 412 Food Rescue, A+ Schools and the Latino Community Center.

Volunteers distributed 500 free meals at six different school bus stops in South Side and Hilltop neighborhoods for children who don’t have easy access to food provided by their school districts during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Read the complete story from NEXTpittsburgh here.