Nutrition
The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is a USDA Child Nutrition Program that feeds nutritious meals to children in low-income areas when schools are closed for vacation. The program operates through sponsors that utilize sites approved by Bright from the Start to feed children free of charge. SFSP sponsors can be public or private non-profit schools; universities, colleges, or camps; units of local government; and private non-profit organizations considered tax exempt by the Internal Revenue Service [501(c)3].

SFSP sites may be located in schools, community centers, parks, churches, playgrounds, migrant centers, homeless feeding sites, or summer camps. The children served by the SFSP must be 18 years of age or younger.

Ask your summer camp provider if they are participating in the SFSP program.

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