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Baltimore City Community College to serve as summer food distribution site

Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) will serve as a distribution site for free summer meals for Baltimore students and residents through Aug. 7.

BCCC will provide free breakfast, lunch and snacks to Baltimore students and residents at the college’s Liberty Campus, 2901 Liberty Heights Ave. Students can pick up meals weekdays from 8 to 11 a.m. and non-student residents can pick up meals between 11 a.m. and noon daily.

As part of continuing efforts to support Baltimore students and residents during the COVID-19 pandemic, BCCC will be a distribution site for free meals. While all are welcome, the college is offering the earlier time slot for BCCC students, YouthWorks program participants and other summer student programs.

Recently, the college was a distribution site for Chef Jose Andrés’ World Central Kitchen free meals program, which ended June 6.

BCCC is a fully accredited, public, two-year institution serving more than 13,000 students annually through a variety of degree, certificate and certification program offerings.

Founded in 1947, BCCC is the only urban community college in Maryland. Through the College’s broad range of degree and workforce development programs, certificates and industry credentials, students can earn credits that transfer to four-year schools and receive training that leads directly to job placement.


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