San Diego Unified Provides Free Summer Meals to Children

San Diego Unified School District is offering meals to children under the age of 18 during the summer months.

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NBC 7 San Diego

With children now on summer vacation, they have less access to nutritious meals like they do during the school year.

San Diego Unified School District (SDUSD) is hosting a Summer Fun Café, which provides free lunch and activities for students starting in the Skyline Hills Community.

The Summer Fun Café program provides healthy meals to kids 18 years and younger for free. This program has been in place since 2003 and serves nearly 250,000 meals and snacks throughout the summer all over San Diego County.

The United States Department of Agriculture funds the program through its Seamless Summer Feeding Option which requires no paperwork for families to participate. Meals will be served through August 19 at 61 sites, including 28 park and recreation centers, 16 community and military sites and 17 schools.

For a complete schedule of Summer Fun Café lunch programs in San Diego, click here.

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