The escalating public health crisis is responsible for an unprecedented number of school closures, layoffs and economic disruptions across the country, and millions of students who depend on school food programs for their next meal also have parents whose jobs are at risk or have been eliminated due to the pandemic. On Monday, the Atmos Energy/Robert W. Best Charitable Giving Fund announced a $10,000 donation to The Salvation Army in Jackson where families affected by the coronavirus outbreak can access a steady supply of nutritious meals during these uncertain times. “As the federal guidelines to maintain social distancing were extended through April 30, unemployment will likely continue to rise and children may not have access to school meals in the foreseeable future,” said Bobby Morgan,

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