I want to pick up meals but I’m not considered “in need,” am I able to still take part in the program? Will I be taking away from someone who needs it?

We encourage you to pick up a meal and no, you are not taking services away from someone who needs. Picking up a meal helps our department (see next question). In addition, families have said it helps provide their children a sense of normalcy by having a school meal. Others appreciate the convenience and not having to go to the grocery store as often. We make enough meals for everyone so it will not take away from those in need.

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1. Are meals available for all families?
2. What is in a meal bag?
3. How do I pick up a meal?
4. Do I have to pre-order my meals?
5. I want to pick up meals but I’m not considered “in need,” am I able to still take part in the program? Will I be taking away from someone who needs it?
6. Who is paying for the meals?
7. How many meals are you producing per week?
8. How long will the food service program be available?