Summer Food Service Program

  • Summer Meals For Kids illustration The Summer Food Service Program serves healthy meals to children 18 and younger. Meal sites include schools, parks, city recreational centers and libraries in communities across the state. Participants enjoy meals and there are no registration or identification requirements. Kids simply show up to receive a healthy meal at no cost.

    You can ensure more students get these healthy meals at no cost during the summer months by spreading the word about the Summer Food Service Program. The Texas Department of Agriculture administers this U.S. Department of Agriculture program to connect Texas children in need with good nutrition during the summer.

    Parents can find a meal site starting June 1, by calling 211 or texting FOODTX daily to 877-877. More information is also available at SummerFood.org.