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    Programs that operate during the summer when school is not in session and provide congregate nutritional meals (breakfasts, snacks, lunches and/or dinners) for children and youth. Summer food service programs are generally available to youth age 18 and younger who live in designated low-income areas; and may be federally-funded or funded by other entities.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Allegheny County DHS - Food AssistanceSummerFood Program serves children up to 18 years of age, living in low-income communities. During the months of June through August, SummerFood provides free, nutritious breakfasts and lunches to children at any one of nearly 110 Allegheny County locations outside the City of Pittsburgh. The program serves children without regard to gender, race, religion or disability. The Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) provides nutritious meals and snacks to community-based programs that offer enrichment activities for at-risk children and youth, 18 and under, after the regular school day ends.AlleghenyAllegheny County Department of Human ServicesAllegheny County Department of Human Services
    Bloomsburg Food Cupboard - Summer Lunch ProgramAll children in area, regardless of their school district, can receive free lunch and breakfast at Bloomsburg Memorial Elementary school in the summer. Serves the following school districts: Bloomsburg, Central Columbia, Benton, Millville, Southern ColumbiaColumbiaBloomsburg Food CupboardBloomsburg Food Cupboard
    Booker T. Washington Center - Nutrition CafeThe Nutrition Café Program provides free nutritious meals and snacks to needy children. Our Nutrition Cafe is a free program that works hand in hand with our After School and Summer of Success Programs.ErieBooker T. Washington CenterBooker T. Washington Center
    Caring for Kids Summer Food Distribution - Shikellamy School DistrictFood bags will be available for any student of the district for the summer months. Distribution takes place at "A Community Clinic" 344 Market Street, Sunbury. Contact the school district for current year information on distribution dates and times.NorthumberlandShikellamy School DistrictShikellamy School District
    Chevy Chase Center Youth and Summer Feeding ProgramProvides a daily lunch for income eligible school age children 6-12 yearsIndianaYouth and Summer Feeding ProgramChevy Chase Community Center
    Coalition Against Hunger - Philly Summer Meals HotlineProvides a hotline to contact about Summer Food.PhiladelphiaCOALITION AGAINST HUNGERCoalition Against Hunger
    Columbia Free Community MealFree community meal to Columbia residents Summer food programs are offered for children 18 and under Monday through Friday 11:00am to 1:00pm running June 4th through August 17th. Go to www.fns.usda.gov/summerfoodrocks to search for a summer meals for kids location.LancasterColumbia Presbyterian Church - Locust StreetColumbia Presbyterian Church
    Community Reach, Inc., Basic Needs Assistance and Food Pantry*Food Pantry by appointment only. *Information and Referral: Direct clients to available agencies and resources for assistance according to the need, plus other Community REACH, Inc. programming. * Warm Program: Distribution of donated blankets, hats, gloves, scarves, socks, sweaters; as donations allow; each fall/winter. * Bags of Blessings: Extra holiday meal items provided for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter; donations of hams and turkeys are needed for this program each fall and spring. * Programs for Children: Provide donated school supplies and backpacks in August for students' Back-to-School needs. Kids' Kafe' provides bag lunches during the summer months. Holiday gift program matches age-appropriate donations with the needs of a child or family; sponsors needed in Nov/Dec. * Life Skills Training: currently offering a class on nutrition. Please, check back after the Jan 2019 for more classes. * Financial Assistance: Provides limited help for eligible households to prevent loss of utilities; as funds allow. Evaluated on a case by case basis. * Emergency assistance: Homeless, elderly, abused, or disaster-related situations are handled on a priority-need basis.YorkCommunity Reach, Inc.Community Reach, Inc.
    Farmers' Market Nutrition Program - Benton Tapestry of HealthDistributes FMNP vouchers to WIC eligible households. Vouchers can be used purchase fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables from farm markets across Pennsylvania. Contact the office to learn more about applying for this summer program.ColumbiaTapestry of Health - BentonFamily Health Council of Central Pennsylvania
    Farmers' Market Nutrition Program - Berwick Tapestry of HealthDistributes FMNP vouchers to WIC eligible households. Vouchers can be used purchase fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables from farm markets across Pennsylvania. Contact the office to learn more about applying for this summer program.ColumbiaTapestry of Health - BerwickFamily Health Council of Central Pennsylvania
    Farmers' Market Nutrition Program - Bloomsburg Tapestry of HealthDistributes FMNP vouchers to WIC eligible households. Vouchers can be used purchase fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables from farm markets across Pennsylvania.ColumbiaTapestry of Health - BloomsburgFamily Health Council of Central Pennsylvania
    Farmers' Market Nutrition Program - Danville Tapestry of HealthDistributes FMNP vouchers to WIC eligible households. Vouchers can be used purchase fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables from farm markets across Pennsylvania.MontourTapestry of Health - DanvilleFamily Health Council of Central Pennsylvania
    Food Initiatives - Pocono Mountains United WayInformation and referral available for food pantries, community meals and summer food programming for children. Assists with gathering volunteers and collaborating with other not-for profit agencies to bring nutritious food to those in need.MonroeCommunity OutreachPocono Mountains United Way
    Food n Fun @ the Park - Weinberg North East Regional Food Bank -Have fun, stay active and keep learning. Participate in fun activities, games and crafts. Enjoy free lunches and snacks all summer at 7 locations throughout Wilkes-Barre. Lunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Snack is served at 1:30 p.m. This is a free program. Parks & Locations Coal St Park, Coal & N Sherman Sts. Iron Triangle Playground, Corner of Hickory & Metcalf Sts. Frances Slocum Park, Corner of N Penna Ave & Scott St. Huber Park, Stanton & Huber Sts. Parsons Park, On Scott St just after Matson St Miner Park, On Old River Road Wilkes-Barre YMCA, 40 W. Northampton St, (limited to 40 kids daily)LuzerneCommission on Economic Opportunity Weinberg North East Regional Food BankCommission on Economic Opportunity
    Free Summer Lunch - Wallenpaupack Area School DistrictAnyone age 18 or younger may come and have lunch; no prerequisite to participate such as residence/school district or income eligibility. Meals must be eaten on site and there is a limit of one meal per child per day. Lunches are served at Bingham Park at 133-179 Main Avenue in Hawley, PA. Offers a varied menu with nutritious and balanced lunches Monday through Friday during specific weeks in June through August (with some holiday closures). Please contact the Wallenpaupack Area School District for a schedule of the current schedule.WayneWallenpaupack Area School DistrictWallenpaupack Area School District
    Lawrence County Community Action Partnership - Summer Food Service ProgramThe Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) was established to ensure that children continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. Free meals that meet Federal nutrition guidelines are provided to children ages 18 and under throughout the summer months. LCCAP utilizes the space and amenities of the Ben Franklin Early Learning Center to offer free breakfast, lunch, and educational programming and sponsors 13 additional sites throughout Lawrence County.LawrenceLawrence County Community Action Partnership - Workforce DevelopmentLawrence County Community Action Partnership
    North Butler Feed My Sheep Food PantryFood PantryButlerButler County Community ActionButler County Health and Human Services
    Pennsylvania Summer Food Site LocatorClick here to search for summer food sites across Pennsylvania using an address or ZIP code.Pennsylvania Summer FoodSummer Food Service Program
    Reading School District - Summer Feeding ProgramOffers summer feeding sites at their school buildings, plus mobile sites at Jamestown and Oakbrook. Serves breakfast and lunch. Meals are not available on weekends. All elementary schools - June 17, 2019 - July 11, 2019 M-TH All middle schools - June 17, 2019 - June 28, 2019 M-F Reading high school - June 17, 2019 through August 8, 2019 M-TH Jamestown (mobile unit) June 17, 2019 - August 9, 2019 M-F lunch 11:00am to 11:30am Oakbrook (mobile unit) June 17, 2019 - August 9, 2019 lunch 1:00pm to 1:30pmBerksReading School DistrictReading School District
    Shippensburg Summer Lunch ProgramFor 7 weeks during the summer, the Shippensburg Community Resource Coalition works cooperatively with local agencies to provide the Shippensburg Summer Lunch program. This program strives to improve the quality of life for children residing in the Shippensburg area community by providing meals and healthy living education to help ensure that their nutritional needs are met during the summer break from school. It is also an open site for the USDA Summer Food Service Program free lunch.CumberlandShippensburg Community Resource Coalition - Youth ProgramsShippensburg Community Resource Coalition
    Summer Backpack Food - Eastern Union County Supplemental Food ProgramHouseholds who qualify for and partcipate in the Eastern Union County Supplemental Food Program, who have children under age 18 in the home, are eligible for a backpack food distribution when school is not in session. Food distribution is held at the First Baptist Church in Lewisburg on the first and third Fridays of the month. Backpack food consists of nutritious food items that children can easily prepare for themselves if necessary.UnionLewisburg Council of ChurchesLewisburg Council of Churches
    Summer Breakfast and Lunch Program - Wayne Highlands School DistrictBreakfast and lunch are served daily during select weeks in the summer months. Service is for all Wayne Highlands school district childre, under age 18 years, who qualify. Eligiblity guidelines do apply. Contact the school district for specific dates and times for breakfast/lunch for current year. During 2019, sites for participating in this program were Lakeside Elementary, The Cooperage Project, Honesdale High School, and Stourbridge Primary.WayneWayne Highlands School DistrictWayne Highlands School District
    Summer Food for Kids - Weinberg North East Regional Food BankMany children who receive breakfast and lunch during the school year do not receive the same nutritional support over the summer, leaving thousands of local kids at risk of hunger and malnutrition. Provides up to 2,000 meals each day to children at 78 different sites in three counties. Some locations also serve snacks. LuzerneCommission on Economic Opportunity Weinberg North East Regional Food BankCommission on Economic Opportunity
    Summer Food List 2019Provides assistance with Summer Food Programs. Please see the sites below to locate a summer food program in your area:
    Summer Food Rocks Locator for all Counties:Click here for summer programs.
    AlleghenyPennsylvania Summer FoodSummer Food Service Program
    Summer Food Program - Benton Tapestry of HealthThis project is supported by the Department of Agriculture, community donations, and volunteers and ensures a healthy lunch and snack to children when school is out of session. Contact the office to learn more about locations in Columbia County where meals are served.ColumbiaTapestry of Health - BentonFamily Health Council of Central Pennsylvania
    Summer Food Program - Berwick Tapestry of HealthThis project is supported by the Department of Agriculture, community donations, and volunteers and ensures a healthy lunch and snack to children when school is out of session. Contact the office to learn more about locations in Columbia County where meals are served.ColumbiaTapestry of Health - BerwickFamily Health Council of Central Pennsylvania
    Summer Food Program - Bloomsburg Tapestry of HealthThis project is supported by the Department of Agriculture, community donations, and volunteers and ensures a healthy lunch and snack to children when school is out of session. Contact the office to learn more about locations in Columbia County where meals are served.ColumbiaTapestry of Health - BloomsburgFamily Health Council of Central Pennsylvania
    Summer Food Program - Danville Tapestry of HealthThis project is supported by the Department of Agriculture, community donations, and volunteers and ensures a healthy lunch and snack to children when school is out of session. Contact the office to learn more about locations in Montour County where meals are served.MontourTapestry of Health - DanvilleFamily Health Council of Central Pennsylvania
    Summer Food Program - Middlecreek Area Community CenterSummer food program available for children and teens, ages 1 to 18 years. Program is free and no registration is required. Breakfast is served from 8:30 am to 9:00 am. Lunch is served from 12:30 pm to 1:15 pm. Programming available June to August. Contact the community center for current year dates and times.SnyderMiddlecreek Area Community Center - Community Event ProgrammingMiddlecreek Area Community Center
    Summer Food Services ProgramSummer Food Service Program shall teach, and reinforce the values of buying, preparing & eating freshly harvested nutritional foods. It shall also insure that any child who qualifies for free & reduced meals during the school calendar year shall continue to receive (fresh, nutritional) foods during the Summer Months.FranklinBuilding Our Pride in Chambersburg, Inc.Building Our Pride In Chambersburg, Inc.
    Summer Meals Program - Pleasant Valley Ecumenical NetworkNo registration is required for children to participate in the PVEN Summer Meals Program. Simply show up at any of the OPEN meal distribution sites with children under 18 (or if developmentally disabled, under 21). No proof of residency required. Service provides USDA approved meals to kids over the summer in the places where kids hang out: the park, the library, or in summer remedial and sports programs. This is a seasonal program; current summer meal sites are available by contacting Pleasant Valley Ecumenical Network.MonroePleasant Valley Ecumenical NetworkPleasant Valley Ecumenical Network
    Summer Nutritional Program Back Mountain Food PantryA summer nutritional program to provide extra food for school age children during the months of June, July and August has been established at the Back Mountain Food Pantry. All non-perishable foods are needed and welcome at any time, but the greatest needs for this program are breakfast and lunch foods that children can easily open and prepare for themselves. These items include: cold cereal, instant oatmeal, canned milk, peanut butter and jelly, juice, macaroni and cheese, tuna fish, Spam, canned fruit, soup, granola bars, and prepared Jell-O and pudding.LuzerneTrucksville United Methodist Church Missions MinistryTrucksville United Methodist Church
    Summit Hill Heritage CenterHouse the Summit Hill Community Food Pantry and the State Department of Education Summer Food Service Program free lunch program.CarbonSummit Hill Heritage CenterSummit Hill Heritage Center
    Titusville YMCA - Education Center - Summer Food Service ProgramProvides free nutritious meals to children and teens during the summer months when school is not in session.CrawfordTitusville YMCA - Education CenterTitusville YMCA
    Westmoreland County Summer Food Service ProgramWestmoreland County Food Bank sponsors the Summer Food Service Program. For eight weeks each summer, free breakfasts and lunches are served to disadvantaged children at various sites around Westmoreland County. Click here to see the list of sites serving Westmoreland county.WestmorelandWestmoreland County Summer Food Service ProgramWestmoreland County Food Bank
    YMCA of Greater Erie - Downtown YMCA - Meals for KidsNutritious free meals for kids.ErieYMCA of Greater Erie - Downtown BranchYMCA of Greater Erie
    Youth Alternatives - Summer/After School Program - FranklinDuring the Summer, Youth Alternatives provides multiple exciting activities for the youth of Venango County to participate in. In addition to the daily activities, we offer things like: swimming, movie day, bowling, bake-offs, picnics, fishing and various other outings. We also offer a nutritious meal from 1:00 - 2:00 pm throughout the summer. During the school year, we offer one-on-one homework assistance and a warm nutritious meal from 3:30 - 4:30 pm throughout the school year. We also provide fun, varied after school activities for youth. Many of our activities are learning-based and incorporate STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) VenangoYouth Alternatives - Summer/After School ProgramYouth Alternatives
    Youth Alternatives - Summer/After School Program - Oil CityDuring the Summer, Youth Alternatives provides multiple exciting activities for the youth of Venango County to participate in. In addition to the daily activities, we offer things like: swimming, movie day, bowling, bake-offs, picnics, fishing and various other outings. We also offer a nutritious meal from 1:00 - 2:00 pm throughout the summer. During the school year, we offer one-on-one homework assistance and a warm nutritious meal from 3:30 - 4:30 pm throughout the school year. We also provide fun, varied after school activities for youth. Many of our activities are learning-based and incorporate STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) VenangoYouth Alternatives - Oil CityYouth Alternatives
    Youth Programs - Williamsport - Central Pennsylvania Food BankGive children and youth consistent access to nutritious food. Programs include School Pantry, Kids Cafe, Backpack, and Summer Meals. Programs are coordinated in conjunction with local school districts and municipalities. Contact the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank office to learn more about youth food access programs in your county.LycomingCentral Pennsylvania Food Bank - Williamsport BranchCentral Pennsylvania Food Bank

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