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Apr 27 • Getting Food

Restaurants Deliver: Home Meals for Seniors

Governor Newsom announced Friday, April 24 the launch of a first-in-the-nation “Restaurants Deliver: Home Meals for Seniors” partnership with counties, cities, and Tribes.

Apr 10 • Getting Food

Houston Food Bank

Houston Food Bank and its Partners provide essential services and we will continue to do so. Hundreds of thousands of people are counting on the organization and its Partners now, and this need will only heighten if the COVID-19 situation worsens. The people we serve almost by definition do not have food reserves. We will remain operational, while utilizing the best available safety precautions.

phone 832-369-9390
Apr 07 • Getting Food

Three Square- Emergency Food Distribution

Three Square is providing meals at several locations including YMCAs, community centers and schools. For the most up to date list of distribution centers, please visit their website and click on the Get Food link. www.threesquare.org

Apr 07 • Getting Food

Clark County School District- Food Distribution

The Clark County School District (CCSD) will continue providing breakfast and lunch to students during the closure of our schools. Starting Monday, April 6, CCSD’s 36 food distribution sites will be serving meals at a new time from 9 a.m. until noon. This new time will apply even after spring break.

Apr 07 • Getting Food

Helping Hands of Vegas Valley

Eligible seniors age 60 and older can get help from Helping Hands of Vegas Valley. There is a waitlist for their food delivery program. Call 702-507-1838 or visit their website for more information: https://hhovv.org/food-and-paper-goods-program/

phone 702-507-1838
Apr 06 • Getting Food

Sunshine Division

Open at both locations for clients to continue receiving emergency food. Food boxes are served near the entrances (outside) in a manner that ensures the safety and precautions to thoughtfully care for clients and staff. For hours and locations, click check out the link.

Apr 01 • Getting Food

Care To Share

Coordinating assistance to families and individuals who seek emergency food and other basic necessities.

phone 503-591-9079
Apr 01 • Getting Food

Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon

We know many families will need access to meals. Click here to find a list of all Oregon school districts with links to their meal plans during the Coronavirus school closures. You do not have to attend that specific school or district to have access to these meals–free meals are available to children age 1-18 to pick up “grab and go” style.

Apr 01 • Getting Food

Washington County Women, Infants and Children (WIC)

Provides nutrition education, breastfeeding support, healthy food, health referrals and other services free of charge to families who qualify

Mar 28 • Getting Food

Bay Area Youth Seva Group - Alameda County

We have assembled a group of dedicated volunteers who are offering free services to deliver food to those in need including elderly citizens, single parents, low-income citizens, and anyone with special circumstances.

Mar 28 • Getting Food

Bay Area Youth Seva Group - Santa Clara County

We have assembled a group of dedicated volunteers who are offering free services to deliver food to those in need including elderly citizens, single parents, low-income citizens, and anyone with special circumstances.

Mar 25 • Getting Food

Food for Families

In a compassionate and dignified environment, Food for Families will gather, store, and distribute food at no cost to people in our community. The program will focus on ‘community helping community’ while empowering individuals to become food secure through education and resources.

Mar 25 • Getting Food

helpfinder.org

Directory of all food pantries and food delivery services, with updated info on which are open and which have special covid services

Mar 24 • Getting Food

St. Petersburg Free Clinic's Food Pantry

If you need emergency supplies of food, we are here for you! For everyone’s health and safety, we are offering pre-bagged items in an expedited manner via an outdoor mobile distribution plan (for those in cars and those on foot or bicycle). No waiting room, and no long waits. We are spacing out clients to allow appropriate distancing and ensuring the safety of all involved. Just bring a photo ID.

Mar 21 • Getting Food

Stewpot

Like many of you, the novel coronavirus has caused us at Stewpot to evaluate our daily activities and make decisions about how to keep our loved ones safe while continuing to minister to very real needs. The great news is that, during this crisis, Stewpot is still operating. We are still providing essential services, like food, clothing, and shelter to our neighbors in need.

phone 601-353-2759
Mar 21 • Getting Food

Mississippi Food Network

MFN takes donations from multiple sources, and distributes food and goods through 430 member agencies. They, in turn, distribute to recipients in their own communities.

Mar 21 • Getting Food

The Office of Child Nutrition

Listing of Schools Serving Meals During Coronavirus Closures

Mar 20 • Getting Food

AL.com

Schools across Alabama are stepping up, implementing new ways to feed students who rely on schools for meals during the extended closures related to the coronavirus pandemic. Meals are available for all children, aged 18 and under. In nearly all cases, the child does not have to be enrolled in a public school in the district in order to receive a meal. Full list of schools in link.

Mar 20 • Getting Food

PDX MUTUAL AID FOOD DELIVERY

A community working to increase availability of free food and food delivery services in the Portland Area

Mar 19 • Getting Food

Little Miami River Chamber Alliance

Here is a guide to help you know hours, promotions, and options during many restaurant and store closures during this time.

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