Food ‘Rescuers’ help feed students on weekends

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An Indiana school district is taking steps to make sure students have enough to eat, including when they’re not at school.  

Over at Elkart, Indiana, a non-profit organization called ‘Cultivate’ teamed up with Woodland Elementary to “rescue” unusued food and package it into weekend meals for a small group of students.

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The idea behind the initiative is to provide food for students who may not have access to food outside of school time.

According to WSBT, 20 students will receive a backpack with eight frozen meals every Friday until the end of school. 

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