Tulsa Food Bank Takes Spring Break Meals On The Road
TULSA, Oklahoma - The Community Food Bank in Tulsa is taking food on the road to help feed hungry families during Spring Break.
Spring Break means no school for most kids but for some children it also means no meals. So, the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma is taking meals on the road this week to help feed hungry families.
"A lot of people don't know that children that go to public schools, have assisted lunches whether is free lunch or reduced lunch. It makes a big difference for the kids, and a lot of them are grateful," said Jeremy Johnson, Mobile Eatery Manager.
The Food Bank got some help from QuikTrip Wednesday. The company donated about 600 sandwiches to give to families in need.
The Mobile Food Banks will continue serving breakfasts and lunches through Friday.
News On 6 photojournalist Michael Woods stopped by one of the Mobile Food Bank trucks that fed around 250 people Wednesday.