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Coronavirus Resource Guide | Food Distribution

Grab and Go Feeding for LRSD Students Under 18
To keep those students from being hungry during the mandatory school closures, the City of Little Rock worked with several community partners has developed a feeding plan. For the details and meal sites click here.

Arkansas Food Bank
A current partner with Little Rock Mayor Frank Scott on distributing to schools and libraries. More info on their site. Click here for a list of food pantries open during the coronavirus crisis. Click here for a list of food mobile distributions.

Arkansas Department of Human Services
DHS is expediting applications for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits for people who have lost their income due to COVID-19 (coronavirus). Apply for SNAP here.


Volunteers Needed

The Clinton Center, World Central Kitchen and the City of Little Rock have partnered with the Little Rock School District, Pulaski County Special School district, Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance, and the Central Arkansas Library System to prepare, pack, and distribute meals to those in need.

Sign up to volunteer:

Make a contribution to purchase food and supplies:

Distribution times and locations:


Need more information?

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