Feeding Las Vegas valley kids in need during summer break

Three Square Food Bank is stepping up to make sure that children who rely on meals they get at school won’t go hungry this summer.

The nonprofit is launching a Meet Up and Eat Up program for summer.

More than 65% of students in the Clark County School District are eligible for free or reduced lunches at school.

Through the program these students can get free and nutritious food from more than a hundred locations across the valley.

LIST OF LOCATIONS: Three Square “Meet Up and Eat Up” locations

Locations include parks and recreation centers, Boys and Girls Clubs, libraries, day camps, and apartment complexes.

The menu includes 20 rotating meal varieties and sites may offer breakfast, lunch or both.

The program is available now through August 9.

Learn more at ThreeSquare.org.

This story originally appeared on KTNV.com on May 28, 2019. Written by Amy Abdelsayed for KTNV 13 Action News. 

Author: Amy Abdelsayed

Amy Abdelsayed is a journalist in Las Vegas, NV. She currently works as a digital content producer for KTNV 13 Action News (ABC affiliate). Previous work experience includes What's On Magazine, Boulder City Review, KSNV News 3 (NBC affiliate), Tesla and Apple.

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