Households can text “Summer Meals” to 97779 to find Summer meal sites across the state. (This should be up for the 2018 summer.)
Or go to http://cnw-web.ksde.org/SFSPLocationsASP/SFSP/SFSP_Menus/SFSP_Locations.asp and view the list of sites across the state.
Sites offer free meals to children under the age of 19. No names or information is required.
The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is designed to fill that nutrition gap and make sure children can get the nutritious meals they need. Many SFSP sites provide, not just meals, but educational, enrichment and recreational activities that help children continue to learn and stay safe when school is not in session. Summer meals act as an extra “magnet” to draw children to activities—and activities draw children to meals—at places like schools, camps, park and recreation centers, local pool, YMCAs, Head Start Centers, Community Action Agencies, Boys and Girls Clubs, Save the Children…and many more.
Adults can also eat at these sites for a fee. Each site has a different fee for persons 19 and older.