Free Summer Food Program: June 7 – August 13, 2021

A library worker presents a grab-n-go meal to a parent and her kids while everyone wears a mask and maintains social distancing.

Feeding Bodies and Fueling Success

For the seventh consecutive year, San José Public Library is excited to offer a nine-week summer meal program in collaboration with the library's Summer Learning program. Seven branch libraries will provide a Grab-n-Go Meal option for the Free Summer Food Program from June 7 to August 13, 2021. The Library has partnered with several organizations to help fuel the futures of San José's children and teens through healthy meals.

Who Can Participate?

Children and teens (ages 2–18) and their families are invited to stop by a participating SJPL location and receive a nutritious meal during the summer. Children and teens do not need to be present and adults picking up food for a child or teen can also receive a free meal.

Locations & Schedules

Every Monday - Friday from 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM at:

Learn About the Nutritious Meals Prepared by Revolution Foods

Rev Foods takes pride in creating kid-friendly meals of the highest quality. Their ingredients contain real cheese, rBST-free dairy products, whole muscle meats, unbleached flour, and fresh fruit – just to name a few! None of their meals contain high fructose corn syrup or artificial ingredients (that means no fake colors, sweeteners, flavors, or preservatives). They exceed the federal regulations set by the Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act regarding sodium, trans fat, and sugar limits.

Partnerships

Blog Category
Kids
Teens

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Submitted by Susan L Price on Tue, 06/08/2021 - 7:18 PM

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Will this program also be a Bascom Library? I received an e-mail saying that it would also be a Bascom, but this flyer does not indicate that it does.

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