In the summertime, use Range to find where free meals are served to youth. At libraries, schools, churches, community centers, and more, free food is available to school-aged youth near you, and Range helps you find it. Year round, use Range to find a safe space in a public library. Public libraries are free, open to all, and offer access to knowledge, to resources, and to solace when it is most needed.
Each summer, over 45,000 sites serve youth free meals across the U.S. and territories. How can you help make sure youth get fed this summer?
You don’t have to be an expert to know that kids are hungry. Those who receive free and reduced lunches during the school year need to find that same nutritious meal when school is out. The USDA’s Summer Food Services program serves free meals to youth under 18 in every state and territory. You can help make sure your community—your neighbors—know where to find free meals this summer.