Hunger Task Force develops map of public sites to access food for those in need
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The Hunger Task Force has created a map that lists confirmed, trusted service sites providing food safely and reliably to those in need during the current health crisis.
According to a news release from HTF, children, families, individuals and seniors can find a nearby location if they are looking for help getting food.
Want to know where to find emergency food? Hunger Task Force put together an interactive map of confirmed sites providing food safely to children and adults. We are updating this map daily, so check back often to see what is available in your area! https://t.co/gLWk2jLbea pic.twitter.com/nHMcP2BQl3— Hunger Task Force (@hungertaskforce) March 19, 2020
The locations map—devised through Google Maps and readily sharable—includes a listing of senior Stockbox sites, school meals sites and outdoor emergency food distribution sites. The content is updated daily at 4 p.m. and includes service days and times and program type.
The Stockbox program is open to seniors age 60+ with an income of $1,383 or less. School meals are available for children under the age of 18.
CLICK HERE to access the interactive map.