Hundreds of Georgia children will get free lunches this summer through a nutritional initiative by Action Ministries.
The Atlanta-based nonprofit launched “Smart Lunch, Smart Kid,” a program that will rely heavily on volunteers to buy, make, bag and deliver lunches five days a week.
The program has set an ambitious goal of serving more than 100,000 meals in several cities, including Atlanta, Fayetteville, Gainesville and Tucker. Action Ministries has identified those communities with the greatest need and distribution sites. Referrals will come from churches, schools and social workers.
For more on this story, please click here.