SPOKANE, Wash. - Second Harvest is teaming up with Spokane elementary schools to make sure no student goes hungry this summer.
The program focuses on schools where the majority of students are on the free or reduced lunch program.
The concern is that many families who rely on school lunch may not be able to provide that extra meal during the summer months.
"Everyone's budgets are stretched a little thin, especially as summer is approaching with all of the end of school activities and stuff," said volunteer Rhonda Hause. "All the extras really help the families leave happy."
If you would like to donate, the Spokane Food Bank is accepting donations.
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