A new initiative aimed at reaching more children and young families at risk of hunger.
In the last year, the Greater Cleveland Food Bank launched a new initiative aimed at reaching more children and young families at risk of hunger.
As part of the program, the Food Bank brings a truck full of food to schools where it is distributed to the families of students and others in the community. Clients can pick up food as they would from a regular pantry on a monthly basis.
These distributions often include health and wellness activities, food demonstrations and nutrition education.
If you're interested in bringing the program to your school and providing your community with nutritious food - including potatoes, cabbage, onions, apples, watermelons, greens oranges, bread and other products – CLICK HERE TO APPLY