Kitchener Opens Opens 20 Free Food Pickup Sites Amid Coronavirus Pandemic – NBC10 Kitchener
Kitchener opened 20 community sites on Monday offering free groceries to residents affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Residents can pick up a box of groceries (one box per household) at the 20 locations in the city between Monday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. The websites are part of a partnership between Philabundance and the Share Food program. The city and school district of Kitchener also operate high school food venues in more than 80 locations.
The school district also announced that a second round of printed learning guides for K-12 students will be available at grocery collection points on Sunday starting Monday.
You can view all of the food and meal websites for students here.
One of the collection points for grocery boxes on March 30, 2020.