Philadelphia Begins Offering Residents Expanded Food Access

Philadelphia Begins Offering Residents Expanded Food Access

Philadelphia Begins Offering Residents Expanded Food Access

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Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia - Philadelphia will begin offering an Expanded Food Access starting on Monday, March 30, 2020. As part of the effort, twenty community food sites will provide free food to residents who have been impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.


 

Free Food for Residents Impacted by COVID-19

City residents will be able to pick up a box of food items on Mondays and Thursdays between 10 a.m. and noon at designated sites throughout the City, one box per household. This is a joint effort with community-based sites, as well as Philabundance and Share Food Program.

The City, School District, and partners will also continue to offer student meals at over 80 locations citywide. A full list and interactive map of food sites, as well as student meal sites, are available on the City’s website. Also, look for additional food distribution sites will be announced later in the week.


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