Kids Summer Meals

Kids Summer Meals

School's out, but hunger isn't. What are we doing to help these kids?

Kids Summer Meals (also known as the Summer Food Service Program) is a USDA program that ensures that children in low-income areas continue to receive nutritious meals during long school vacations when they do not have access to school lunch or breakfast.

The Food Bank sponsors this program in our 34-county service territory by providing feeding sites with breakfast and lunch at no cost. Community-based organizations operate these feeding sites at schools, churches, and youth centers.

We are now gearing up for our sixth year administering this program. Last year, the Food Bank sponsored 90 sites, serving over 136,000 meals to more than 4,100 children.

Kids Summer Meals Graph

 


During the last few years, this program has grown, feeding more children more meals at more sites.

 

 

 

Learn more about Kids Summer Meals on our blog, Hunger Matters.


Kids Summer Meals


For Partner Agencies

If you are a community-based organization providing services to primarily low-income children, you may be eligible to become a feeding site for the 2015 Kids Summer Meals Program! Learn more and get started below:

Let’s work together to ensure our kids don't go hungry this summer!

 

For Parents

If you are a family in need, your child may be eligible to receive free meals at a summer feeding site near you. If you are interested in having your child take part, please view the Kids Summer Meal Participating Site Locations flyer and call ahead to confirm dates and times.