Free meals are available to children 18 and under through the Summer Food Service Program.
A program of the United States Department of Agriculture, the Summer Food Service Program ensures that children receive adequate nutrition over the summer months when school is out.
Too few Tucson families know about this program, despite there being more than 100 locations where meals are served. Please tell others who may need this assistance. Find a location near you at azsummerfood.gov.
What meals are provided?
Most locations serve breakfast and lunch, but sites vary.
How long does the program last?
Each site is different. Some serve meals through the end of July.
What are the hours?
Check each location’s hours at azsummerfood.gov.
Is registration required?
There’s no registration process. Just come in.
Does a child have to be enrolled in school?
Enrollment in school is not required. All children 18 and under are welcome.
Can a child take food home?
No. Food must be consumed on site.
Where do I call for more information?
1-866-3-HUNGRY is the U.S.D.A.’s Summer Food Service Program hotline.