LITTLE ROCK – The COVID-19 meals program is providing nutritious food to people impacted by the pandemic across Pulaski County. To date, hundreds of thousands of meals have been distributed to students, families, seniors and other vulnerable populations.
An online map showing all distribution sites along with the days and times meals are available can be found at littlerock.gov/covid19. Below are the locations where meals may be picked up for the week of June 8-14, 2020.
Organizations partnering in this effort include Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance, Arkansas Foodbank, the Be Mighty campaign, Central Arkansas Library System, City of Little Rock, Clinton Foundation, Club Eco Kids, ECO Kids, Equal Heart, Fab 44, FEED First USA, Go Fresh, Little Rock School District, Pulaski County School District, Our House and World Central Kitchen.
Members of the community can get involved and support the effort by signing up to volunteer at wjcf.co/mealvolunteer.
Those in need of transportation may use Rock Region Metro to reach many of the distribution locations.
Find more information online at rrmetro.org.
To protect health and safety during meal distribution, everyone is requested to wear a mask or face covering, wash their hands or use hand sanitizer and maintain a safe social distance of at least six feet between other people. Meals are grab-and-go to limit contact and congregating.