Learning and good nutrition do not end when school lets out. The USDA Summer Food Service Program helps provide nutritious meals to children so they are better fueled with healthy food to learn and grow. Starting at the end of June 2017 and going to mid-August, youth ages 18 years and younger can receive FREE breakfast, lunch, or snack served at community recreation centers, summer school locations and other neighborhood sites around New York State, Maryland and throughout the country.
Find the location and meal times that work best for you
- Website: Access the following website to find a site near you: https://www.fns.usda.gov/summerfoodrocks
- Call: National Hunger Hotline at 1‐866‐3‐HUNGRY to see if there is a USDA Summer Food Service Program near you. That’s 1‐866‐348‐6479.
Need more Information?
Contact your state Agency who oversees the Summer Food Program at the following site: http://www.fns.usda.gov/sfsp/sfsp-contacts
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