NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — The Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee has announced that it’s participating in a federal program to provide after-school meals to children.
The organization said it’s participating in the Child and Adult Care Food Program, which is a federal program under the U.S. Department of Agriculture that ensures children and adults have access to nutritious meals and snacks.
Click here to read more about eligibility for the program. Meals will be provided to at the following sites:
|Big Sandy CCOC||30 Front St||Big Sandy||38221||Benton|
|Benton County Public Library||121 S Forrest Ave||Camden||38320||Benton|
|Carroll County Library||625 High St Suite 102||Huntingdon||38320||Carroll|
|Coleman Community Center||384 Thompson Lane||Nashville||37211||Davidson|
|Project Transformation-Antioch UMC||41 Tusculum Rd.||Antioch||37013||Davidson|
|Hartman Community Center||2801 Tucker Road||Nashville||37218||Davidson|
|West Park Community Center||6105 Morrow Road||Nashville||37209||Davidson|
|East Branch Library||206 Gallatin Ave||Nashville||37206||Davidson|
|Madison Community Center||550 N. Dupont Ave||Madison||37115||Davidson|
|Project Reflect/Smithson Craighead Elementary||730 Neely’s Bend Road||Madison||37115||Davidson|
|Project Transformation-Matthews Memorial UMC||300 Anderson Lane||Madison||37115||Davidson|
|Project Transformation- Trinity UMC||204 E. Trinity Lane||Nashville||37207||Davidson|
|Sevier Park Community Center||3021 Lealand Ave.||Nashville||37204||Davidson|
|Gallatin Shalom Zone||600 Small Street||Gallatin||37066||Sumner|
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