Summer is underway, and summer meal sites in our state are busy fueling hungry children. Through the Summer Food Service Program, nearly 1,400 schools, churches, community centers and other host sites are providing no-cost meals and snacks to children who live in low-income neighborhoods.
Hunger impacts about one in five Ohio children, and the Summer Food Service Program distributed more than 4 million meals last year. Meals are available to all children up to age 18 without registration or application. A statewide map lists all the participating program sites, the days they are open and contact information.