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Free Summer Meals For Kids 18 and Under Across Connecticut

United Way of Central CT & the Central CT Chamber of Commerce at Northside Square

Only 1 in 5 Connecticut kids & teens who rely on free or reduced-price school meals during the school year get the nutrition they need during summer.

Summer Meals provides free, nutritious, meals and snacks to kids and teens, 18 years of age and younger, throughout the summer at various locations across the state.Summer Meals provides free, nutritious, meals and snacks to kids and teens, 18 years of age and younger,

Summer Meals are an extension of the National School Lunch Program.

The program is funded by the United States Department of Agriculture and many sites are operated at schools, playgrounds, parks and libraries.

While meals may vary from site to site, all Summer Meals meet federal nutrition guidelines.

 For more information and to find Summer Meal sites near you:

  • Call 2-1-1
  • Text CTMeals to 877877

Visit www.CTSummerMeals.org

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