With so many parents relying on school lunches to feed their kids, Burger King has stepped up to the plate (and yes, pun fully intended).

Governor Polis has closed all Colorado schools until April 17 amid coronavirus concerns, stressing some families who relied on free and reduced lunches to make ends meet.

Starting Friday, all U.S. Burger Kings will offer two free kids meals with the purchase of one adult meal, according to Fox 32.

However, they aren't the only ones feeding kids: The Larimer County Food Bank is providing grab-and-go lunches at Fort Collins elementary schools, too. They are asking for monetary donations during this time.

To find pick-up locations or to donate to the Larimer County Food Bank, see our related article below.

Fort Collins Schools Serving Grab-and-Go Meals

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