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The Summer Food Service Program also know as "Summer Meals" is available in hundreds of communities throughout Oregon, offering free meals and snacks to ALL kids 1-18. Community summer meal programs are open to all families without paperwork, income verification, and regardless of immigration status. To receive a meal, kids can just drop in during a site's designated meal times. Many programs also offer fun activities so kids can stay active and keep learning.
Call 2-1-1 and an operator can help you find a site in your area and provide you information about that site.
Text "Food" or "Comida" to 304-304; you will be prompted to enter an address and will be texted back a list of sites near you
Use the USDA Meals for Kids Map following the instructions below to search for infomation about sites within your selected area.
Step One: Type the address of your current location into the map's search bar and hit return or click the magnifying glass icon to the right of the bar.
Step Two: View a list of nearby locations and their distance from you. The map will display blue dots showing any location within your radius.
Step Three: For more information about a site, click the blue dot on the map or double click the site name in the site list.
Step Four: Call the phone number provided to verify service information. Head out with the kids and enjoy the Oregon weather, while they enjoy a healthy meal.
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