The USDA’s Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) fills the gap for millions of low-income children who receive free or reduced in-school meal programs during the school year. The program provides free, nutritious meals for kids at local organizations, like schools, recreation centers, playgrounds, parks, churches, summer camps and more, all over the country – all summer long.
How can you find where are meals served?
- Download Range on your smart phone or tablet. This is a free mobile app that locates free meal sites, offers contact and program information, and provides directions so you can easily guide a youth to a nearby site
- Search WhyHunger on an internet-connected laptop or desktop
- No Kid Hungry: text FOOD to 877-877 to find a site near you