Open to anyone age 18 and under.
Alimentos Gratis Para Los Niños. Participación abierta para todos los menores de 18 años de edad.
Alimentação Grátis Para As Crianças. Aberto para qualquer pessoa de menos de 18 anos.
LOCATION AND TIMES MAY CHANGE. PLEASE CALL OR CHECK WEBSITE DAILY FOR UPDATED INFORMATION
All sites will be closed July 4.
For more information call Project Bread’s FoodSource Hotline at:
Para más información, llame a Project Bread, a la línea directa y gratuita FoodSource al:
Para receber mais informação ligue a Linha de Recursos de Alimentos do Project Bread:
1-800-645-8333 or visit www.meals4kids.org
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