Taco Bus to Feed Local Veterans

Helping Those In Need During Coronavirus Crisis

Tampa, FL (March 23, 2020) – Effective immediately Taco Bus announced it will be providing daily meals to veterans in need during the Coronavirus Crisis at five local Liberty Manor for Veterans locations. 

“The need to serve the underserved and give back to the community who has been so good to us has never been greater,” said Heather Chaudhry, Director of Marketing for Taco Bus.  “We also want to remind everyone they can order Taco Bus for delivery from UberEats® (who have waived delivery fees) and DoorDash®.  Check out our website for our menu and order on-line or call in to your local restaurant to place an order.”

Taco bus will be delivering weekly meals that will include tacos, chips, salsa, and water to feed over 50 veterans at the five locations over the next 4 weeks.


Twenty years before the food truck trend was filling up hungry stomachs and cable-TV time slots, a converted school bus rolled into Tampa, bringing with it unforgettable Mexican food.  That was the birth of Taco Bus.  Since then, Taco Bus has grown to 15 locations throughout Florida and has won many awards and recognitions. Taco Bus has been featured on Food Network, Cooking Channel, USA Today, and Travel Channel to name a few.  Taco Bus was also featured on Guy Fieri’s Diners, Drive-ins and Dives where he claimed “The best torta I’ve ever had” when dining at the Tampa Taco Bus location. 



Liberty Manor was organized in 2006 as a 501(C)3 non-profit organization by Connie Lindsay, our founder, and Chief Executive Officer, with the objective of promoting the developmental and social needs of veterans who have served our country, fought for our independence but fallen victim to homelessness. Liberty Manor vows to provide supported housing and establish long-term objectives designed to prevent future homelessness.