Now through Aug. 17, kids and teens under 18 can get free summer lunches at parks, recreation centers and schools around the City of San Diego as part of the San Diego Unified’s Summer Fun Café.
There is no enrollment, no paperwork and no identification required to participate, according to officials.
“Children may go on summer vacation, but hunger doesn’t,” according to a district statement. “A well-nourished San Diego child is a happier and healthier child, and we owe it to our children to make sure their summers are reserved for fun, growing, and learning.”
Families can find serving sites near them by calling 211 or by texting “FOOD” or “COMIDA” to 877-877, or click here.
The summer meal program is funded through the United Stated Department of Agriculture and operated by the San Diego Unified School District.
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