Wichita, Kansas 2021-03-13 11:00:00 –
Wichita, Kansas (KSNW) – Wichita’s partner “Filling the Gap Lunches for Kids” announced that it will offer free lunches to children and young people under the age of 18 during the spring break on March 12th and 22nd at 12 sites in Wichita, Hayesville and Oak Lawn. (See list below)
“Filling the Gap Lunches for Kids” is a program jointly conducted with the Kansas Food Bank.
Volunteer and community organizations to support children / youth.
This year, due to COVID constraints, the group is offering a week’s worth of meals to children on each site on Mondays.
Donations and grants from individuals, congregations and organizations make the program possible. Meals will be served again during the summer vacation gap, when children will not be able to have each lunch under the US $ 259 adjusted summer food service program.
Donations will be sent to partners in Wichita, 925 N Waco, Wichita and Kansas 67203 and may be designated to “fill the gap”. Secure online donations can be made from the Partners for Wichita website. www.partnersforwichita.org.
When? March 15th (Monday only) 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Where? Two different places
Oak Lawn Location
Oak Lawn Activity Center
(4904 S. Clifton)
Location of Hayesville
Hayesville United Methodist Church
(601 E. Grand)
When? March 22 (Monday only) 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Where? 10 different places
Salvation Army Downtown
(350 N. Market)
South / Southwest location
(1515 E. Harry)
Salvation Army Orchard Corps
(1910 S. Everett)
North / northwest location
Evergreen Neighborhood Resource Center
(2700 N. Woodland)
HumanKindMinistries Villa Court
(930 N. Market)
South / southeast location
Corbin Neighborhood Resource Center
(2820 S. Roosevelt)
Hill Top Urban Church
(Dr. 910 S. Bluffview)
Salvation Army Fortress
(1739 S. Elpyco St.)
Atwater Neighborhood Resource Center
(2755 E. 19th St. N.)
(1502 E. 17th St. N.)
Free lunches offered during spring break to children in Wichita, Haysville and Oaklawn Source link Free lunches offered during spring break to children in Wichita, Haysville and Oaklawn