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Commodity food distributions are continuing as scheduled with a few changes to ensure the health and safety of all involved: Please remain in your vehicle when you arrive at the site. We will be checking you in from your car and will place your food box in your trunk. If the line is too full to safely enter, please park your vehicle in a parking spot and wait. Do not block entrances or exits with your vehicle. We will remain on site until all customers have received their food. Private site distributions will also continue. We will modify our procedures for each unique setting. View the senior calendar here and the quarterly calendar here.
Check out the Michigan Department of Education's interactive map showing where families can receive two meals a day for each child from 0-18 and students with disabilities from 18-26 here.
For more free and discounted food opportunities, view the resource list for your county. Opportunities are subject to change as the situation evolves. We are updating these lists as we receive the most up to date information. If your business or organization is offering free or discounted food opportunities we can add to these lists, please message us at email@example.com.