City Officials Mobilize To Help Those In Need
EAST POINT, Ga. — The food distribution program in East Point remains a top priority for city leaders.
Under the supervision of the City Council members, Karen Reńe and Thomas Calloway along with staff from the city’s Parks and Recreation department, food access sites will be open again across the community this week.
In addition to churches, the city has arranged food access sites at the H.J.C. Bowden Center for senior residents and the Little Linguists International Preschool which offers a daily hot meal to those in need. Enrollment is necessary for the LLIP Dinner Club, the enrollment form is available online.
The distribution schedule for the week of April 20 - 24 is listed below:
Monday-Friday: 11 am to 2 pm daily
Park Schools Montessori | 3325 Washington Road
First 50 youth
Monday-Friday: 11 am to 1 pm daily
HJ Bowden Center | 2885 Church St
First 150 senior citizens
Monday-Friday: 4 pm to 6 pm daily
Little Linguists | 1460 East Cleveland Avenue
RSVP only for 5 - 18 year olds
Tuesday & Thursday: 1 pm to 3 pm
East Point Churches
East Point First Mallalieu | 2651 North Church Street
New Grant Chapel | 1319 Holcomb Ave
St. Stephen Missionary Baptist Church | 2670 Hogan Road
Chapelhill Church | 4330 Washington Road
Wednesday: 11am - 1pm
Fulton County Schools
Children under the age of 18 only
Thursday: 1pm - 3pm
Ward B Councilmembers Unity Community Food Bank
New Grant Chapel | 1319 Holcomb Avenue
Credit: City of East Point
As an additional resource, The Atlanta Community Food Bank Help Map will provide residents with information about the three closest food distribution locations. Text FINDFOOD (or COMIDA en Espanol) to 888-976-2232 and a prompt will request your zip code and street address.
To learn more information at the East Point Food Support system, visit the city’s website.
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