San Jacinto USD receives $50K grant through Albertsons’ Nourishing Neighbors Community Relief

Watermelons from Harvest Produce in Riverside are featured for summer meal fun. Valley News/Courtesy photo
SAN JACINTO – The final summer community weekly meal distribution for San Jacinto Unified School District was Wednesday, Aug.12, with 451,704 meals served to children ages 0-18 from June 5 to Aug. 16. SJUSD received food assistance from Albertsons in San Jacinto and the Albertsons Companies Foundation to Help Feed Children and Families during Summer campaign with a $50,000 grant to help offset the costs. The campaign is part of Albertsons Nourishing Neighbors Community Relief initiative.“We’ve been feeding children during the summer for several years, and many programs like ours experienced unprecedented demand as the pandemic continues with economic and emotional toll on families,” Tammy White, director of SJUSD’s Nutrition Services, said. “We’re grateful that Albertsons
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