OLHSA fights food insecurity with thirty thousand meals served this summer Posted: December 14, 2016

This summer OLHSA collaborated with United Way of Southeastern Michigan to provide free meals and promote healthy living among children and individuals with disabilities in Pontiac through the Meet Up and Eat Up, a program funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Michigan Department of Education.

From June to August of this year, OLHSA fought food insecurity by making nutritious meals easily accessible to program participants. A total of 32,821 meals were served, 15,559 at the eight stationary locations and 17,262 across the 22 mobile sites.