Here’s how NYC families can find free summer meal sites
For many New York City families, the summer months come with added stress, as kids are out of schools where free meals are provided each day. Across the five boroughs, free summer meal sites are working to alleviate that concern — and thanks to a texting service, families can quickly find the nearest site for their children.
So far, the city has served more than 3 million meals, a pace matching last year, according to the city’s Education Department. Summer meals are offered at a range of public schools and other community sites, serving free breakfast and lunch to anyone 18-years-old or younger.
Other locations include city pools, parks, camps, nonprofit organizations, and more.
Read more here: https://ny.chalkbeat.org/2023/7/27/23810502/nyc-free-summer-meals-schools-pools-food-no-kid-hungry
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