Summer Feeding

The Summer Feeding program is targeted to children in areas that are at risk for hunger over the summer months.  Typically these are children who receive free and reduced breakfast and lunch during the school year and are left without this reliable food source during the summer months. During the 2014-2015 fiscal year, we served 37,225 combined breakfast and lunches. The meals are prepared on site in our commercial kitchen and then safely transported to the feeding sites.  All Summer Feeding sites are FREE to children under 18 years old

 

If your community is interested in hosting a Summer Feeding site, please contact Jessica Barczewski to receive more information. 

 

 

2016 SUMMER FEEDING SITES:

 

Greeley:

  

Boys and Girls Club*

Pawl Unit

2400 1st Ave

    

Monday – Friday

May 31 – August 5 (closed July 4)

Breakfast: 9am – 9:30am

Lunch: Noon – 1pm 

 

 

 

Boys and Girls Club*

Monfort Unit

2400 4th Street

 

Monday – Friday

May 31 – August 5 (closed July 4)

Breakfast: 9am-9:30am

Lunch: Noon – 1pm

 

 

 

Jesus Rodarte Center

920 A Street

Must be a member

 

Monday – Friday

May 31 – August 5 (closed July 4)

Breakfast: 8am – 8:30am

Lunch: Noon – 1pm

 

Eaton:

 

Boys and Girls Club*

Benjamin Eaton Unit

100 Mountain View Dr.

 

Monday – Friday

May 31 – August 5 (closed July 4)

Breakfast: 9am – 9:30am

Lunch: Noon – 1pm

 

Milliken:

 

Boys and Girls Club*

Milliken Elementary Unit

100 Broad St

 

Monday – Friday

May 31 – August 5 (closed July 4)

Breakfast: 9am – 9:30am

Lunch: Noon-1pm

 

LaSalle:

 

Main Park

400 4th Ave

 

Tuesdays

June 7 – August 2

Lunch: Noon – 1pm

 

Platteville:

 

St. Nicholas Catholic Church

520 Marion

 

Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday

June 7 – July 29 

Lunch: Noon – 1pm

 

Dacono:

 

New Horizons Christian Church

701 Carbondale Drive

 

Monday – Friday

June 6 – August 11 (closed July 4

Lunch: Noon – 1pm

 

*MUST BE A MEMBER OF BOYS & GIRLS CLUB TO RECEIVE FOOD AT BOYS & GIRLS CLUB SITES

 

To file a complaint of discrimination, write or call immediately to: USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights. 1400 Independence Ave, SW. Washington, D.C. 20250-9410.  (800) 795-3272 or (202) 720-6382 (TTY). USDA is an equal opportunity provider.

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