Summer Feeding Program 2018-04-04T16:47:59+00:00

Summer Feeding Program

Healthy Summer Meals For Kids

The lazy days of summer are finally here! For many of us, summer is a wonderful blend of pool parties, barbecues and enjoying all the beauty the Treasure Coast has to offer. For many families, instead of summer being a time for fun and relaxation, it’s a stressful time as they struggle to provide food for their children.

Many working families struggle in the summer due to the seasonal nature of employment opportunities on the Treasure Coast. Thousands of children rely on free or reduced meals provided at school during the school year. For some, it’s the only meal they receive each day. Thanks to the generous support of our community and friends like you, Treasure Coast Food Bank is able to offer the Summer Meals Program to children and provide them with free healthy meals throughout the summer.

Thank you for making our work possible!

Treasure Coast Food Bank’s dedicated team prepares nutritious summer meals Monday – Friday for children to enjoy during the week.

What is the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP)?

  •  WHAT?  Free food and fun all summer long
  •  WHO?  Kids and teens 18 and under
  •  WHERE?  At a TCFB location near you!

Is there a cost?

  • There is no cost for meals. USDA requires that meals be served at no charge to the children. However, the site may have a fee set for the activity program that they provide

The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) was created to ensure that children in low-income areas could continue to receive nutritious meals during long school vacations, when they do not have access to school lunch or breakfast. It provides nutritious and free meals to children 18 and younger during the summer months.

I Want to Be a Feeding Site

The Treasure Coast Food Bank is actively seeking safe summer feeding sites, youth programs and vacation Bible schools that wish to provide healthy meals and snacks. Interested sites must agree to meet the following site responsibilities:

  •  Serve meals to all needy children 18 years of age and under
  •  Serve meals that meet the minimum meal pattern requirements (meals provided free by the Treasure Coast Food Bank)
  •  Provide adequate supervision during the meal service
  •  Ensure that children eat all meals onsite
  •  Maintain and submit promptly such reports and records that the sponsor requires
  •  Report to the sponsor any changes in the number of meals required as attendance fluctuates
  •  Report any other problems regarding the meal services
  •  Comply with civil rights laws and regulations
  •  Adhere to local health and sanitation regulations
  •  Attend sponsor training sessions

If you feel you can meet these requirements please CLICK HERE to complete the required form. Once completed please submit it us at or fax it to 772.489.5673.

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