List: Food services provided for children, students during coronavirus outbreak

School districts ensure children have nutritious meals during unprecedented school closures

A food takeout box.
A food takeout box. (WDIV)

DETROIT – The coronavirus outbreak has left many wondering where they will get their next meal.

Three main food delivery ride share companies—Grubhub, UberEats and Doordash—said that due to the coronavirus outbreak they’re going the extra mile to make sure the food delivered through their apps is safe.

Several school districts and organizations are providing free food services for children Monday-Friday as schools remain closed through April 5. Below is our current list of organizations offering such services with detailed times and locations.

Click here to view a map of locations providing free food services from the Michigan Department of Education.

This list is updated frequently.

Birmingham Public Schools

According to Birmingham Public Schools, free breakfast and lunch will be offered for free to those 18-years-old and younger starting Monday. There are three locations.

A drive-thru will be available at Groves High School, located at 20500 W. 13 Mile Road in Beverly Hills, from 10 a.m. to noon.


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