Looking for a way to serve and reach out to those in need this summer? Food Finders Food Bank has an easy opportunity that you can assist them with. One of their main summer programs is providing free lunches through their Summer Food Service Program. They expect to serve 26,000 meals this summer across 25 sites in 6 counties. One of the main sites they focus on is Claystone at the Crossing located just off of SR 25 and 231 on Lafayette’s south side. They are experiencing record numbers of children who want to take part in the free lunch program over there. They staff the site with 4 Purdue interns who administer the program and work to provide a daily activity based around nutrition education. That said, with more than 50 children showing up for lunch, most elementary age or younger, they are in need of more hands on deck to simply be with the children so that their interns can administer the program. So, in a way, it’s a very easy way to volunteer and work with needy children. The children are starved for attention. Food Finders provide a free lunch daily, M-F, from 1 pm – 2 pm. Volunteers can sign up here for as many days and shifts as you would like. Additional details, address, etc. are also provided in the sign-up link.