As the coronavirus outbreak continues to force businesses to close, Burger King has stepped up to try and feed the kids that depend on school lunches.

With all the schools in Michigan closed until at least April 6th, many kids could go without food. A lot of children depend on the school breakfast and lunch programs to eat each week. Without schools, many families are left struggling to get enough food.

Starting next week, Burger King is going to try and help with that situation. The fast-food chain will be giving away two free kids meals with any purchase made through its app. This program will continue while supplies last and Burger King has taken steps to prepare for the increased demand.

If you want to get the food delivered, you can do that through the BK Mobile App, BK.com, Uber Eats, DoorDash, GrubHub, and Postmates. The BK app also allows you to order for drive-thru pickup.

Source: MLive