All Food Pantries Serving Meridian Township to Remain Open

All Food Pantries Serving Meridian Township to Remain Open

MERIDIAN TOWNSHIP - Last night Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced that all K-12 school buildings in Michigan would close until Sunday, April 5 in order to slow the spread of the coronavirus. This action has left many residents wondering what's in store for individuals who rely on meal assistance from various organizations.

At this moment, all food pantries that serve Meridian Township will remain open, with enhanced hygiene measures in place to ensure the safety of the community. All food pantries require an appointment and a current Michigan ID. Address verification may also be required.

Those in need of food should contact the site for their zip code:

48823: St. Paul Lutheran Church – 517.351.8541 & St. John Student Parish – 517.432.5136

48840: Haslett Community Church – 517.339.8383 ext. 15

48864: Okemos Community Church – 517.349.4220

Meridian Township will continue to work with organizations in the community to ensure that residents do not go hungry.

HOMTV will continue to provide updates as they become available.

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