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Catawba County Schools – Grab and Go Meals for Children

Catawba County Schools is providing one free breakfast and or lunch per child 18 years of age and under. Students do not need to qualify for free or reduced meals to receive a meal. No forms required. Meals can be picked up at any of the 60 locations, regardless of your child’s school and the students do not need to be present at pick-up.

CCS Grab and Go Meals

More Meal Options

This is a list of additional meal options from community partners, including churches, restaurants, and non-profits. Services include additional resources for both children and adults.

Community Meal Assistance

Baby Formula Assistance

If your grocery store is out of your WIC infant formula, contact your local WIC clinic at 828-695-5884 and as for help. Do not try and make homemade infant formula, as it is dangerous for your baby.

Assistance and Resources

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Federal Assistance Programs

Food Assistance

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Health + Wellbeing

Additional Assistance


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