Oak Cliff neighbor Cynthia Nevels is using her food truck for good.

Normally the chef’s vegan food truck Soulgood stays busy serving sandwiches, smoked-tofu bowls and coconut-flour Belgian waffles, plus catering jobs for the occasional international pop star.

Nevels recently teamed up with Feed the Front Line, the nonprofit that started in Dallas and has cropped up all over the place to serve meals to those on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic, as well as those who are out of work because of it.

The nonprofit raises money to pay restaurants for providing meals.

“Things are hard for all of us, and instead of thinking about myself, I wanted to use my food truck to serve healthy food to others to make an impact in some small way so a child doesn’t go hungry in my neighborhood,” she says.

Soulgood and Feed the Front Line have three upcoming dates in Oak Cliff, serving family-size meals: South Oak Cliff High School on June 11, and at Cedar Crest Church of Christ on June 18 and 25, from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.