​​ROCHESTER, N.Y. — ​During the pandemic, a Rochester non-profit started delivering meals to kids who don't have access to healthy food in the summer.

Now they're adding a treat.

Foodlink is partnering with Adirondack Creamery to add ice cream cups to their deliveries every Friday.

Foodlink has been delivering hundreds of meals to meal-site partners this summer in neighborhoods across the city, where eateries can be less common.

"A lot of families rely on school breakfast and school lunch, and during the summer school isn't in session,” Joshua Wilcow, strategic initiatives manager at Foodlink, said. “So being able to provide families with at least lunch kind of relieves that burden, if you will.”

"I mean, I think everybody deserves to create memories around ice cream, it’s a special treat, and especially if you can't get it all the time," Paul Nasrani, Adirondack Creamery founder, said.

Foodlink will continue delivering those meals throughout this month.