Jun 18, 2014 6:48 AM by Chelsea DeCesare
DENVER- This summer, more than 500 community sites across Colorado will provide meals to children up to 18 years old at no cost.
The Summer Food Service Program, funded by the USDA, was established to serve as a nutritional safeguard for children when school is not session.
Sites such as churches, schools and recreation centers offer free, nutritious breakfasts, lunches and/or suppers that meet federal nutrition guidelines, as well as fun, engaging activities for children. There are no income or registration requirements for participation.
Families can find nearby summer food sites by calling the Hunger Free Hotline at (855) 855-4626 or by clicking here.