Every weekday, Nilsa Adorno sets up two plastic tables under a white tent outside of her home. She stacks boxes of prepared lunches to prepare for the afternoon rush. When noon arrives, a clatter of flip-flops can be heard and children rush to form a single line.

For 12 weeks during the summer, Adorno distributes free lunches and snacks to 45 neighborhood children, ranging in age from 1 to 16.

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