Baylor University working to help provide 1 million meals per week to children

March 18, 2020

In a time of concern and uncertainty, Baylor University is doing everything possible to make what is turning into an incredibly trying time easier on families with children who are no longer in school because of coronavirus outbreak in the United States.

According to the United States Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue, Baylor is teaming up with two prominent national organizations to take action.

”We are working with Baylor University and McLean Global and PepsiCo to develop a program where we can deliver over 1 million meals a week to rural kids that are out of school,” Perdue told Fox News. 

The news of the partnerships comes after Baylor recently announced that the University would finish the spring academic semester online.

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