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New Covenant Center is getting free lunches — and other food items — courtesy of Greenwich’s Eagle Hill School and a national effort to reduce food insecurity.

The partnership between Eagle Hill School and Food Rescue US-Fairfield County means that food packaged for the students at the school but not served will instead be delivered to those who need it.

“The ongoing need to feed the hungry, homeless and other disadvantaged people is not going away,” John Gutman, executive director at New Covenant Center, said in a statement. “Our young people — the next generation — have started to volunteer and to help those most in need find a better path to a better life.”

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