The Palm Beach Outlets is stepping up to feed a need in the community in response to the deadly coronovirus pandemic.
On Monday morning, the popular West Palm Beach mall will convert into a drive-up food distribution center with the help of several volunteers from Feeding South Florida.
Every Monday in May from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., families in need can simply drive up and receive a week supply of groceries. Items include protein, fresh produce, eggs, milk, and other essential goods.
In addition to groceries, the Junior League of the Palm Beaches will provide each family with feminine hygiene products for women in need.
The distribution will take place at the Congress Avenue parking lot. Those in need are encouraged to arrive to receive a voucher. The voucher guarantees someone is able to receive food.