Meals Available in Kingston (Updated)

Tim Light reports live from The Edge Newsroom

RUPCO reports: The Kingston City School District will provide families with free to-go breakfast and lunches Monday–Friday from 11 AM to 1 PM. They will be disturbing these meals at John F. Kennedy Elementary School and J. Watson Bailey Middle School. Students who attend any Kingston City School are welcome to stop by either of these two locations for breakfast and lunch items. You may walk or use the drive-through curb side service.

The Kingston Farmers Market has announced that they are securing a temporary permit to allow their farmers and vendors to supply stands for pickup in a county parking lot in Uptown Kingston during the last three market Saturdays of March 28, April 11 and April 25. This is a safe way for our community to access food, and they accept EBT and SNAP. More information can be found on their website, mailing list and social media pages.

UPDATED 5:10 PM 3/19/2020

Ulster County has announced Project Resilience, a community fund and local food distribution effort to support residents impacted by COVID-19. The County will utilize UCAT and partner with non-profits and municipalities to deliver meals to local distribution centers. This new initiative aims to help residents in need and simultaneously provide support to small businesses. Ulster County is partnering with United Way and many other area organizations and businesses to mobilize food and services.

UPDATED 9:46 AM 3/20/2020

More information about emergency food supplies in Ulster County can be found at

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