It’s Second Harvest’s Summer Feeding Program and Monday through Friday in June and July, 55 different sites will serve meals to children 17 and younger who otherwise might struggle to have food.
All children and teens ages 1-18 may participate in the program and eat breakfast, lunch, or a snack for free, according to Wood County Schools.
Tucson Unified School District plans to continue Arizona’s largest free meal program during the summer break.
Albany County School District One is again sponsoring the Summer Food Service Program for youth in the community for nine weeks this summer. They even have been able to pay site director Cathy Judd a salary, making the program run smoother and more efficiently.
But when Tulsa Public Schools’ Summer Cafe starts each year, Grayson knows she can get everyone at the club fed. Adults can purchase breakfast for $2.25 or a lunch for $3.85. “Anything else we do comes through the Ministerial Association”, says Parrish.
The bus will feature booth-style seating, books, tablets, and free Wi-Fi for children to use while they eat. Things that are quick to fix and safe to fix at home and so here they can come and they can get a very well balanced meal.
“I just want to say thank you, San Antonio, because together, we are making sure that no kid goes hungry, and that’s what this campaign is all about”, Cooper said. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
They were given a bag of fresh produce, including Landon’s favorite fruit, apples. Those interested in contributing by food donations, monetary donations, or volunteering to help cook or serve meals, may join the group June 7 at the Community Center at 6 p.m.