CEMA helps Second Harvest Secure Food for Hot Meals
posted about 1 year ago by ClaraFishel from Savannah Emergency Management
Via Savannah Morning News... Chatham Emergency Management Agency (CEMA) applied for food distribution assistance through the USDA School Lunch Program and the Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency (GEMHSA) after Hurricane Matthew.
CEMA submitted an application for 1000 meals each day through Wednesday of this week in partnership with America’s Second Harvest. The application was accepted and the food arrived Saturday.
The meals will be served by Second Harvest Sunday, October 16th through Wednesday, October 19th, 2016, at 12 noon each day. A drive up service is available for up to 5 meals per car.
Request from shelters should be directed to Mary Jane Crouch, Director of Second Harvest, at 912-236-6750.
Leftover meals will be provided to the Salvation Army.
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