Tucson summer food program seeks donations

2014-06-17T12:03:00Z Tucson summer food program seeks donations Arizona Daily Star
June 17, 2014 12:03 pm

Zanes Law is helping to dish up 800 meals this summer to needy school children as sponsors of the pilot project Tucson's No Hungry Kids program.

Nadia Valle, founder of Wings for Women, launched the local program to provide meals to children who rely on school-sponsored meals. Wings for Women is an organization that empowers homeless and impoverished women through resources, programs and guidance.

Zanes Law has set up two locations where people can drop off donations for No Hungry Kids Tucson —  3501 E. Speedway, Suite 101l and 1185 W. Irvington Road, Suite 155 — now through July 26. The program is seeking non-perishable food items including cereal, granola/cereal bars, peanut butter and jelly, macaroni and cheese, instant oatmeal, ramen noodle soups and canned goods. Details: call 1-888-894-0135.

No Hungry Kids is a national initiative that provides meals to impoverished children. 

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