Free Summer Meals

Summer Food Service Program




The Summer Food Service Program 2016 is in full swing offering breakfast, lunch, snacks or dinner for all children 18 years old and younger. The program, which has been around since 1975, aims to fill the meal gaps that are left when schools are out for the summer. . . . → Read More

Summer Food Service Program




Twenty-one million children depend on free and reduced-price meals during the school year. During the summer months these same children could be going hungry because of lack of regular access to food. The Summer Food Service Program is intended to fill in the gaps between the school year when children are at a higher risk for food insecurity. . . . → Read More

Food that’s in when school is out

Summer Food Service Program Ogden Location




The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is operating at several locations in Utah this summer. The purpose of SFSP is to provide meals to children ages 18 and younger during the summer months when school is out. . . . → Read More

Summer Food Sites are Now Open

Summer Food Service Program Ogden Location




Summer food sites are now open! The purpose of the Summer Food Service Program is to offer healthy, tasty meals to kids for FREE during the summer. Any and all children are welcome to come enjoy a meal at any of the state’s open summer feeding sites. . . . → Read More

Interactive Map Helps Families Find Summer Food Program Locations

Child eating lunch in the USOE Summer Food Service Program




Families have an online tool to help them locate their local Summer Food Service Program locations. The Utah State Office of Education Child Nutrition Programs, has developed an online interactive map, listing the locations and service dates and times for programs throughout Utah. . . . → Read More