No Kid Hungry Georgia Promotes School Meal Programs during the pandemic and supports districts efforts to reach all students
As part of No Kid Hungry’s continuing effort to ensure all children in Georgia remain nourished and healthy, the campaign announced today an additional$774,170 in grants to 21 school districts to support school meal programs this semester.
“School meals are available to students across Georgia no matter if they are learning remotely or participating in a hybrid model,” says Eleni Towns, associate director for the No Kid Hungry campaign. “We at No Kid Hungry are in awe of the phenomenal work of school nutrition staff. They have been at the front lines of this pandemic, working creatively and diligently to reach all of their students by offering curbside pickup meals, delivering meals to bus stops or community centers, collaborating with community groups to offer additional family food boxes, and more.”
Click to read the full article @Atlanta Tribune