Alive Community Outreach will host a drive-thru meal distribution today. There will be over 600 boxes available for pick-up for those that need it most. Here's how to get yours.

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The Farmers to Families Food Box Program make it possible that anyone and everyone in need has access to fresh food. And, to be certain that dinner will be on the table to feed their families.

Alive Community Outreach in partnership with the USDA and the Tri-State Food Bank, will offer FREE food for families in need on Thursday, May 20th, 2021 starting at 12PM. Everyone is welcome to come and pick up groceries until the food is gone in the parking lot of Church Alive, 325 Carter Road in Owensboro. Two lines will be formed in this drive-thru-only option to minimize contact and to keep families safe.

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Meat, dairy, fruits, vegetables, and other food items will be offered during the event. There's enough food to impact over 600 families. One box per family, a limit of three families per vehicle. What a beautiful blessing for so many during this difficult time.

Thank you to all that give, volunteer, and feed the community!

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