The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is a federally funded nutrition program that provides free meals to children ages 18 and under when school is not in session. Summer meal sites are located in eligible areas throughout the state, and meals are often provided in conjunction with educational and recreational activities. By providing free, nutritious meals throughout the summer, the SFSP ensures that every child has access to the food they need in order to return to school ready to learn. To find meal sites in the Cape and throughout Massachusetts this summer, please visit the Child Nutrition Outreach Program website at http://meals4kids.org/find-summer-meal-site. View Cape Cod SFSP Flyer for more information on dates, times and locations of the Summer Food Service Program in the towns of Dennis, Eastham, Chatham, Truro and Wellfleet.
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