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San Jose vegan restaurant providing free meals for K-12 students

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Courtesy: The Happy Hooligans/ Binh Vo

SAN JOSE, Calif., (KRON) — A vegan restaurant in San Jose is helping feed the community by offering free meals to K-12 students as schools continue to be closed.

Happy Hooligans in San Jose is giving free meals for K-12 grade students to help feed them during the outbreak. 

Free meals for students will be offered from noon to 4 p.m. up until Apr. 10. Students must bring in a valid student ID and no purchase is necessary.

You can order online through DoorDash or by calling 408-694-0740.

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