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EDGEWOOD, WA - APRIL 4: Volunteer Kristal Locke (L) from Tacoma, WA. and Senior Airman Melvin Williamson from Lacie, WA pack boxes with produce at the Nourish Pierce County food bank set up at the Mountain View Lutheran Church on April 4, 2020 in Edgewood, Washington. Members of the Washington National Guard have begun helping out at food banks across the state to assist with food distribution during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Guard personnel fill a critical staffing shortage at a time when the need for food is increasing. (Photo by Karen Ducey/Getty Images)

The Salvation Army of Delaware will have a drive-thru food distribution at multiple locations throughout the state today. Delawareans need to provide proof of residency and have trunk space accessible when arriving. Drivers are asked to remain in their cars while boxed food is placed in the trunk.

New Castle and Kent Counties you can pick up food from 9am-12 noon

New Castle County- 105 @ 5th street in Wilmington

Kent County- 611 Forest Street, Dover,

Sussex County – 22318 Sussex Hwy, Seaford (9 am-1pm)

The Middletown YMCA is also having a drive thru food distribution from 9-12 noon.