DEL VALLE, Texas - As thousands continue to struggle with the economic impact of COVID-19, the Central Texas Food Bank continues to do its part to help keep food on the table.
The organization is hosting another drive-thru food distribution event. It recently held one at LBJ High School and today's is at Del Valle High School.
Last week more than 1,500 cars showed up for the event at LBJ High School.
Today's Emergency Relief Food Distribution is from 9 a.m. to noon. Drivers can head to the parking lot of Del Valle High School located at 5201 Ross Road.
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To adhere to social distancing requirements, anyone attending today's event should remain in their car and volunteers from the Central Texas Food Bank will help to assist. Walk-ups will not be allowed.
Organizers are also requesting that only one member from each household attend the pickup. They also ask that only those with true food insecurity should attend as supplies are limited.
Each box will contain about 28 pounds of non-perishable items and the items will differ slightly, depending on what's available, but could include peanut butter, canned tuna or chicken, brown rice and canned fruit.
There will also be a hygiene kit provided with items like shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste, and baby wipes.
If you'd like to help or donate to the Central Texas Food Bank you can head to their website.
For those who can't make today's event there's another being held at Toney Burger Stadium on April 30.
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