The Trinity Foundation partnered with the Salvation Army to provide meals for Seaford, Del. area children that are out of school during shutdowns associated with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
The Foundation was able to provide $3000 towards purchasing meals to feed 800 children daily in the Seaford and Woodbridge school districts. Foundation volunteers spent evenings at the Salvation Army’s location in Seaford, Del. packing the meals for distribution.
For many children in our community, school is the only place they are able to get breakfast and lunch. The school food trucks are now set up and running. The Salvation Army will service additional locations in the Seaford and Woodbridge school district throughout school closures.
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