Aurora residents are invited to a Summer time Kick-Off on Saturday, June 5 at Overland Excessive College (12400 E. Jewell Ave. in Aurora). This free occasion is open to the general public and can present meals and sources to 1,000 Aurora households. The occasion begins at 10 a.m. and can proceed till all meals has been distributed.
As a part of our Learn to Lead literacy program, Denver7 has donated greater than 1,000 youngsters’s books to be distributed on the Summer time Kick-Off, which is being hosted by the Aurora Police Department, in partnership with Food Bank of the Rockies, space college districts and a number of other different native nonprofit organizations.
All Aurora households are eligible no matter earnings, measurement or standing. Meals gadgets will embrace ready-to-eat meals, canned and boxed items, grains, recent produce, dairy and protein. As well as, 30,000 diapers, 5,000 kilos of pet provides, and 1,000 summer time exercise packs can be distributed to neighborhood members. Summer time exercise packs embrace books, at-home actions, water bottles, on-line sources, and neighborhood engagement alternatives for teenagers and teenagers.
Members who drive to the occasion are inspired to stay of their vehicles and wait in line somewhat than parking and leaving their automobiles. Those that stroll to the occasion are requested to follow social distancing and put on a face protecting whereas ready in line.
This occasion is being made doable due to the assistance of a wide range of neighborhood companions, together with: Aurora Animal Companies, Aurora Police Division, Aurora Public Faculties, Cherry Creek College District, Colorado Pet Pantry, Denver7, Meals Financial institution of the Rockies, Racing for Paws, SECORCares and WeeCycle. Servicios de la Raza can be readily available to assist with translation and join visitors with sources.
For extra data, contact APDCommunity@auroragov.org or 303.739.7281.