Ivanka Trump helps distribute food to those in need in first public appearance since leaving the White House

Nearly 50 days after her family left Washington D.C., former senior adviser to the president Ivanka Trump made her first public appearance.

Trump helped deliver more than 1,300 boxes of food to families in Apopka, Florida through the former president’s Farmers to Families food box program.

According to Fox News, Trump worked with Pastor Paula White and other local faith leaders to distribute the food boxes.

The Farmers to Families program was implemented under the Trump administration in response to the pandemic. To date, more than 144 million food boxes have been delivered to families in need.

On Tuesday, the former first daughter helped distribute boxes at an event as well as deliver food to a shelter for human trafficking survivors.

The Lifeboat Project thanked Trump and the other leaders who visited and took the time to listen to the needs of those utilizing the shelter.

“Human Trafficking is a crime against humanity and that alone stands above politics. Today was a beautiful day to put politics aside at The Lifeboat Project and let faith and truth be our topic of connection. We had the opportunity to fill the room with global leaders and have a conversation about our growing world model,” the organization wrote on Facebook.

The USDA recently announced another round of food purchases, totaling $1.5 billion, which will be delivered to those in need through the end of April. This round of food purchases marks the fifth since the start of the program.

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