Hispanic mother helps daughter fill her plate at community soup kitchen. The mother is offering her daughter an apple. Trays of food are in front of them. Photo shot from high angle view.

End Hunger In Your Community

During the school year, children from low-income families receive free or reduced-price school meals through the National School Lunch Program. Free and reduced-price school meals help families on a tight budget and give students the proper nutrition they need to learn, grow, and play.  But when school lets out, these free and reduced-price school meals are no longer available and students are at risk of going hungry or being malnourished. Fortunately, Volunteer To Serve is here to provide kids and teens in low-income areas free summer meals when school is out.

How Can You Get Involved?

As a Formal Volunteer

As an Informal Volunteer
Spread the word! Promote Summer Meal Programs to in your community! Share flyers with information on where free summer meals are being served or with the National Hunger Hotline number (1-866-3-HUNGRY; en español: 1-877-8-HAMBRE) that can help families find a nearby summer meals site.

Additional Resources:
Summer Food Service Program website

Personal Info

Donation Total: $25

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