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Free Milk for Dallas Families Through Mayor's Milk Initiative

According to the City of Dallas, the initiative is a partnership with Dallas-based Borden Dairy, Dallas ISD, and local faith leaders

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Free milk is available for families in Dallas through the "Mayor's Milk Initiative," Mayor Eric Johnson announced Friday.

According to the City of Dallas, the initiative is a partnership with Dallas-based Borden Dairy, Dallas ISD and local faith leaders.

The City of Dallas said that Borden will deliver the milk to schools and houses of worship, where faith-based volunteers and participating nonprofits will distribute the milk to those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The first two distributions were held at Eladio R. Martinez Learning Center on Monday and St. Philip’s School and Community Center on Tuesday.

On Thursday, the distribution will take place at George W. Truett Elementary, located at 1811 Gross Road, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Anyone is eligible to pick up the milk. The milk is free and recipients do not need to bring an ID.

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