With classes being cancelled and schools closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, lots of children in Buffalo could end up missing meals. The schedule has changed. Here's when and where students can get free meals while school is out.

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Courtesy of Buffalo Public Schools (used with permission)
Courtesy of Buffalo Public Schools (used with permission)

Breakfast and lunch will be available for children during the coronavirus school closures.  The free meals will be available Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays now.  They will be available at all community schools.  Children will also be able to visit D'Youville's Porter Campus, BUILD Academy, and other schools listed below.

The schools will be open from 11 am to 1 pm, Monday through Friday.  Meals will be available for any students 18 years old or younger.  Adults can pick up meals for household members.  Please bring your own bag for the meals.  If you have any questions, please call 716-816-3688.

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