Spokane Public Schools announces sites for Summer Meals Program

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SPOKANE, Wash. — Local children who are hungry will be fed this summer thanks to the Summer Meals Program. 

Hunger does not stop when school is out of session, but thanks to the program, students who rely on school meals will be able to receive nutritious breakfasts and lunches throughout the summer. 

The Summer Meals Program is federally funded and ensures meals for all children 18 and younger. 

Below are a list of locations offering five-day meal kits starting June 28 and continuing through August 20. Those looking to participate can also text “FOOD” to 877-877 to find a location. 

Summer Meals Program
Serving times and days are subject to change and no meals will be served on July 5 in honor of the holiday. 

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