Kids Café to be offered at Community Centers throughout the City

The city of Savannah announced that The Recreation and Leisure Services Department and Second Harvest Food bank will be offering a Kids Café to the children who are participants of the Kids Café program at any of our community centers.

Beginning Wednesday, April 8, Grab-and-Go supper will be available for pick up from 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at the following locations:

·Carver Village Community Center, 905 Collat Street

·Crusader Community Center, 81 Coffee Bluff Villa Drive

·John S. Delaware Community Center, 1815 Lincoln Street

·Moses Jackson Community Center, 1410 Richards Street

·Tatemville Community Center, 333 Coleman Street

·Woodville Community Center, 127 Darling Street

·W.W. Law Regional Center, 900 E. Bolton Street

Kids Café is a nationally recognized program that originated in Savannah in 1989. It is designed to provide a nutritious evening meal to children at-risk for hunger after school. For more information and eligibility, please call 912.351.3841.

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Source: City of Savannah

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