Last year, Fayette County, IN, struggled to feed free summer meals to a dozen impoverished kids a day. This year, it fed hundreds. And by the time school began, the total summer meal count was over 8,300, says Siobhan Carey, director of dining services for Chartwells Dining Services, Fayette Schools’ dining services provider. The difference: Fayette’s summer feeding program hit the road—literally. Chartwells partnered with the local Gleaners Food Bank to take one of ...

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