More than 22 million children currently receive free or reduced-price meals through the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs, yet the majority of those children, 4 out of every 5, will lose access to those meals as public schools close for the summer months.
Summer Food Service Programs are the first step to making sure kids have enough to eat during the summer months. It will take all of us to help make sure kids only worry about being kids.
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Child hunger is an issue that cannot wait for a solution. It’s time to make hunger a hot topic. Help us Put the Heat on Hunger and ensure all children and teens have access to meals when school is out by telling your representatives to visit a summer feeding program as a child advocate.