School's out for the summer, but that doesn't mean it's all fun and games for some kids in North Texas. That's because students who depend on meals at school during the year are left hanging during the three-month break.
In North Texas alone, over 260,000 students rely on school lunch programs.
Thanks to United Way's program Silence The Growl, food resources are still present over the summer. The organization makes a grade "A" effort to host healthy meals at local libraries, YMCA's, and other venues for kids in need.
"They're really focused on getting folks to pitch in so we can make sure there are enough resources out there to serve every one of those kids that are hungry in our community," explained a program volunteer.
Know a kid in need? Check out the lunch schedule at United Way.