Saginaw County Food Distribution Sites

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March 16, 2020

We’ve compiled this list of food distribution sites for students/children in Saginaw County. We will work to maintain this list with the most current information but would encourage anyone seeking assistance to contact the school district or organization directly with any questions or to check on availability.

 

The Saginaw Intermediate School District (SISD) is providing updates on its website as well. Click here for more information.

 

Birch Run Area Schools

Providing drive-by lunch starting Wednesday, March 18 through Friday, March 27 from 11– 11:30 a.m. at Marshall Greene Middle School.

 

Bridgeport Spaulding Schools

Bus routes will distribute food (two breakfasts and two lunches) once daily between 11:15 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday with on-site pickup between 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. at the Atkins Elementary gym entrance. Home delivery options also available in special cases. Families may use the bus app, FIRSTVIEW, to track their child’s bus route for exact delivery times.

 

Carrollton Public Schools

Pending Logistics

 

Chesaning Union Schools

View Information here

 

Francis Reh Academy

View Information here

 

Frankenmuth Public Schools

The Frankenmuth School District will provide meals beginning Tuesday, March 17 to any students ages 18 and younger or up to 26 with a disability. We are offering two meals per day, three days per week. This includes the scheduled Spring Break week, so this program will run nine days total. Meals will be served from Frankenmuth High School and can be picked up at the concession stand by the football field.

 

Here is how it will work:

Parents will able to pull up in their cars behind the high school to the concession stand, and we will have a staff member ready to help. The staff will ask: “how many children are we feeding and do you want meals daily or weekly?” If the parent says: “I have three kids,” we will then give them enough meals for three days for each of the three children. That parent will receive 18 complete breakfasts and 18 complete lunches. They could take both breakfast and lunch at the same time – or daily.

 

We will be using a tally system to track numbers, and we do not need any names. Students do not have to attend the Frankenmuth School District as our goal is to feed children, no matter what school they attend. Meals are free to all students. No questions asked, no ID required, no proof of residency needed. Again, meals are free to all students.

 

We understand that parents still have to work and some students may not have a parent to bring them or to pick up their food. Students may walk or bike to pick-up their breakfast and lunch each day. We also have a few volunteers willing to drop off meals. If you are in need of this service, please email me at amartin@fmuthschools.com and add “Lunch” to the subject line.

 

Pick up times will be available Tuesday through Thursday, March 17-19, Tuesday through Thursday, March 24-26, and Tuesday through Thursday, March 31 – April 2, at the following times: 7:45 – 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

 

Please take advantage of this opportunity to help us feed the children in our area. Though we are not able to educate our students over the next three weeks, we hope to be able to keep them fed and to take this burden off our families.

 

If you have questions regarding this program, please contact Cindy Hegenauer, Food Service Director, at chegenauer@fmuthschools.com.

 

Freeland Community Schools

View information here

 

Hemlock Public Schools

View information here

 

Merrill Community Schools

View information here

 

Saginaw Public Schools

View information here

 

Saginaw Township Community Schools

View information here (updated 3-25-2020)

 

Saginaw Family YMCA

Saginaw YMCA Mission Nutrition update:

 

Snack and supper will be served Monday-Friday from 3 – 6 pm at the Saginaw YMCA for the remainder of the school year.

 

Specifically, for the next three weeks, snacks and suppers will be served in a drive-thru style format in the North end of our parking lot from our Mission Nutrition Van.

 

For the next three weeks, the following guidelines will apply:

– Children do not need to be present to pick up meals

– Multiple meals can be picked up at once to reduce the burden of having to make trips out everyday

– All meals will be cold and kid-friendly while following the YMCA Healthy Living standards

 

Additional serving locations and times will be announced as they are identified.

 

Visit the Saginaw Family YMCA on Facebook for more information.

 

Samaritas Saginaw Community Center

View information here

 

St. Charles Community Schools

St. Charles Community Schools will be ready to provide FREE meals to any child 18 years old and younger, and up to 26 years old with a disability, beginning Wednesday, March 18. This is available to all students.

 

We are working with D’s Pizza for free pizza on Monday and Tuesday, so students can get a free slice of pizza from their village location, Brant Township, Saints Snowmobile Club or Swan Creek Township parking lots between 12– 1:30 p.m. Thank you to D’s Pizza and the St. Charles Lions Club for partnering with us during this time. It takes a community to raise our children.

 

We are finalizing our delivery schedule for breakfast and lunch meals. Deliveries will be by bus with multiple daily meals provided or you can pick-up from the school. We will provide meals right to your home or car.

 

Sister’s United CCR and Norwood Fatherhood Advocacy

View information here

Swan Valley School District

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