There are so many ways to talk about giving, supplying, making arrangements, providing-for etc. And one cannot always rely on the verbs dar, or arrumar to express this idea. You wouldn’t say for example, “Are you going to give us lunch during the meeting?” — you would say, “Will lunch be provided…”
So, let’s get aquiainted with the verbs providenciar, and fornecer:
For example, let’s say you are going to a conference and want to ask if all the documents are going to be provided:
Here’s another, this time using the gerund (ing) form of the verb:
We are providing the equipment needed.
And you can use fornecer to convey to provide, to supply just as well.
For example, let’s say you want say that some people got sick after eating a meal provided by the school:
> Um grupo de pessoas passou mal após comer almoço fornecido pela escola.