MIRA USA Informs: Emergency Food Assistance in Houston

A cordial greeting to everyone and thanks for always being connected to our social networks. As part of our commitment to the community, we want you to be very well informed about various aids that are presented in our city of Houston and its surrounding areas.

Today, we bring two helpful sources that will be very useful for these times where many need a helping hand.

1. HISD Nutrition Services will continue to work with the Houston Food
Bank and they will relaunch food distribution efforts throughout the district
beginning Monday, April 6. As families arrive at the sites, staff members will fill out an Emergency Food Assistance Program Form for them and place boxes in car trunks. Participants who walk up to the sites must also adhere to social distancing requirements.

On screen you can find the link with all the information:
(Link: https://blogs.houstonisd.org/news/)

2. Curbside meals (snacks and lunch) for youth (ages 1 to 18) at will provide at 50 community centers of Houston Parks and Recreation Department Monday to Friday between 1 pm to 3 pm. Each child will receive one lunch and one snack. A parent cannot take food for a child that is not present at the time of pick-up. And Up to 50 meals will be available at some sites and may increase up 200 meals per site based on daily participation.
On screen you can find the link with all the information:
(Link: http://www.houstontx.gov/parks/).