At Risk Kids Need Food and Here is Where They Will Find It
We certainly are going through strange and trying times. The Coronavirus/QOVID19 has changed the direction of, not only the United States, but the world. Life, as we know it, seems to be changing daily. Hopefully it's for the short term.
Businesses are closing with employees working remotely. Restaurants and bars are closed except for carry-out or delivery of food. Sorry, not drinks! And schools are closed, at least for the next several weeks, and that presents a problem, a food problem. Our schools provide meals for all students 18 and under who are at risk. So now with the closings, what happens for these kids?