Dinner is served between 4 PM and 5 PM.
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Project Bread Food Source Hotline
The FoodSource Hotline can be reached at 800-645-8333 from 8am-7pm Monday-Friday, and Saturdays from 10am-2pm, and can provide information in 160 languages through their Language Line.
Who can get meals?
Meals are for children under the age of 19 (so, 18 *and* under).
- A parent or caregiver may come pick up meals for their children.
- Children may come pick up their own meals.
What do I need to bring?
You do not need to bring anything.
How do I get the meals?
Come to Fourth Presbyterian Church at 340 Dorchester Street. There will be a tent in the yard off of Dorchester Street – you may drive up or walk up to pick up food.
Can I eat the food at the church?
NO. Food is to-go ONLY.
I don’t live in South Boston – can I still get meals for my children?
Yes – just tell us where your child goes to school.
I’m not part of this church… can I still get meals?
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