Our Summer Meals Program provides front-line service to kids and teens who are food insecure. The program offers meals to low income students under the age of 18 who typically rely on school meals. Our program provides nutritious meals that includes produce sourced from local growers. We partner with over 40 community organizations, such as YMCA’s and Boys and Girls Clubs, to provide meals throughout the summer months. We believe these meals are an integral solution to fighting hunger and creating a healthier generation of future leaders.
Our Summer Meals Program has been recognized by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) and received the Turnip the Beet Bronze Award for work during the 2021 Summer Food Service Program. The award is given to organizations who perform exceptional service while providing meals for the children of Alabama when school is not in session.
Since beginning the operation of this program, Feeding Alabama has served over 1.1 million meals to children across the state. Feeding Alabama’s programs reach over 5,000 children annually and at the height of the pandemic, reached over 19,000 children.
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