Information for 2012 Summer Food & Activities Programs will be available soon. Please check back later, or contact us (see below).
Or, for more information please contact:
Cathryn (Cat) Feral, Coordinator
Summer Boost Program, United Community Action Network
Phone: 541-492-3515 or toll free 1-800-301-8226 ext 3515
What is the Summer Food Program?
The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is one of USDA’s child nutrition programs. The SFSP provides funding for healthy meals at approved Summer Food Program sites.
Unlike other USDA child nutrition programs, SFSP meals are free for all children and young adults (ages 1-18).
No income limits, no paperwork & no documents are needed for children to share free SFSP meals!
All children are welcome, regardless of income, residency, or school enrollment. No ID is needed; parents and children don’t need to provide any personal information whatsoever.
Many Summer Food sites also provide fun, safe, healthy activities for children in addition to serving healthy meals. Summer Food sites work with the USDA through the Oregon Dept. of Education to provide free food, but each site develops its own program, depending upon available resources. Therefore sites may vary in when meals are available and whether and what activities are provided.
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