Summer Eats provides free meals to kids and teens in Massachusetts over summer vacation. It is a vital resource for the more than 400,000 kids who rely on school meals for their breakfast and lunch. Here are the top 3 ways that you can provide Summer Eats to kids in your community.
Summer break is often associated with vacations and worry-free fun. But for many children and families, summer also brings added stress.
One of the largest barriers that prevents kids from getting Summer Eats, is that they simply don't know about it! Here are some ideas on how to make your program successful—and how the entire community can get involved.
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10.3% of Massachusetts households—approximately 726,000 adults and children—are food insecure.
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