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Food Pantry & Basic Needs

SOUTHERN NEVADA 

CCSD will provide breakfast and lunch to students : Beginning Monday, March 16. School food distribution pods will be set up at 15 school locations across the valley from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. A school-aged child must be present for food to be distributed. The pickup location will be set up outside each of the schools.

Aloha Kitchen & Bar is offering free chicken teriyaki bowls to kids between 2 pm and 4 pm through April 3rd. From their  Facebook page:  "Please do not be embarrassed or shy. Just mention to one of our team members this Facebook post and they will be happy to help you. The student must be present."

Griddlecakes and Stacks & Yolks Beginning Monday, March 16th, select locations will offer a breakfast meal for kids Monday through Friday from 11 am to 1 pm. Those children in need of a meal will receive a kid's pancakes, eggs, and home fries.

YMCA Free Food Sites:  The YMCA of Southern Nevada will continue to operate as a Three Square Open Meal site at the Heinrich Y, Durango Hills Y and SkyView Y, starting Tuesday, March 17. These sites will be open Monday through Saturday, from approximately 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Ages 18 and under are welcome to a free meal. Individuals do not have to be YMCA members to participate. This will be a “grab-and-go” method where staff will meet participants at each facility’s front door.

The Stove:  Henderson eatery The Stove is slated to launch a temporary pop-up market for those in need on March 17. It will prioritize senior guests. The pop-up will be located inside the establishment’s private dining room, and availability is on a first-come-first-serve basis. Hours are 8 a.m.-3 p.m. or when stock runs out, seven days a week.

Dollar General:  Dollar General Stores are opening their doors from 6 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. for only customers 60 and older. This policy change went into effect on March 17. Shoppers will be allowed to use a designated entrance starting March 19.

The Just One Project:  Call Monday through Friday to speak to one of the Just One Project's friendly staff members (702-462-2253). This food assistance is available to all people, of all ages, if you are unable to pick up feel free to send a friend.

Project 150:  Food and hygiene products for high school students. Their Education and Empowerment Center is also open to students to utilize  FREE  workshops while away from the classroom.

Las Vegas Diaper Bank:  Walk-ins accepted Monday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Parents/guardians will need to bring the following documents: Child’s name/Date of Birth or Proof of parenthood/guardianship. Parents will receive 50 diapers and 25 pull-ups. Parents can get diapers once every 30 days.

Three Square Food Bank:  Three Square has collaborated with select agency partners and volunteers located in regions throughout the valley who will be assisting with the distribution of food at 43 emergency food distribution sites. Those  60 years of age and older  who need food assistance are encouraged to call Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 pm, where they can speak with an advocate to determine which program, service or resource is best for them.