Free meals for kids and teens are available in your neighborhood this summer. Free Summer Meals programs are offered at the places where your family lives, learns and plays—including schools, parks, community centers and faith-based organizations.
Free Summer Meals programs are open to all families and don’t ask for any paperwork—kids can just drop in and grab a meal. Many sites also offer fun activities that help kids stay active and engaged when school is out.
Find your nearest Free Summer Meals site below and learn how to access other food resources in your community this summer.
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Meals for Kids
Free Summer Meals are available for kids and teens at parks, community centers, schools and faith-based organizations in your community. A few important things to know about Free Summer Meals this year:
- The Free Summer Meals program is for kids and teens ages 18 and under—but some sites may offer additional resources for older family members.
- No fee, sign-up, or proof of identity or legal status is required to receive summer meals.
- Federal program rules have changed. This year, kids and teens need to be present to receive a meal and meals need to be eaten on-site. Parents and guardians are no longer able to pick up meals on behalf of their children.
Enter your address in the map below to find meals sites near you or text FOOD to 304-304.