MADISON (WKOW) -- Volunteers are expanding a program to feed students in need and they could use your help.
Many kids depend on meals at school. Since they aren't getting them, the Madison West High Area Collaborative created a service to deliver meals to families.
Nearly 400 families have been helped so far.
Laura Glaub, who helped start the delivery program, says it will be short on volunteers once the school year starts.
"We surveyed our volunteers and we're noticing a majority of them are teachers and their needs are going to be different for fall so we're looking for more volunteers as we continue for fall because we will be delivering weekly as we continue virtually."
To get involved with the program, you can contact your child's school or United Way by calling 211.