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Nutrition Services

Image Nearly 30 million children participate in USDA’s school breakfast and lunch programs on an average school day. When school is out for the summer, kids lose access to these healthy meals, but they still need nutritious food to grow healthy and strong. That’s why California offers SUN Meals at neighborhood locations to help our kids get the nutrition they need over summer break. With SUN Meals, kids 18 and under can get free meals and snacks at schools, parks, and other group meal locations.  You don’t need to apply for SUN Meals. Every child is welcome to eat and connect with other kids, and some meal locations offer fun activities, too! Find summer meal sites near you at the links listed below. USDA Summer Meals for Kids Site Finder List of Summer Meal Sites in Orange County SUMMER 2024 Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) Update CLICK HERE for information on Summer 2024 P-EBT Benefits and Timeline. COMMUNITY RESOURCES   Image CalFresh - No Kid Hungry If you could use some extra help putting food on the table for your kids, you’re not alone. Because of the pandemic, a family of four can receive more than $700 every month to purchase food from CalFresh. CalFresh is safe to use for you and your family. Accessing CalFresh will not affect your immigration status! Learn about how CalFresh can help your family. Visit: or Families Forward If families need food assistance, Families Forward offers a drive-thru food pantry Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., located at 8 Thomas Drive in Irvine. The drive-thru stations provide non-perishable items to families each week. No appointment is necessary. Visit Families Forward for more information. Families Forward also offers counseling services, housing programs, career services and more.  Additional Long-Term Food Assistance and Community Resources Second Harvest Food Bank Tustin Family & Youth Center Food Programs offered in partnership with Second Harvest Food Bank of OC 211 OC – Is a resource center to link families to a variety of Orange County services, including food, the CalFresh program, housing, military and veteran services, and more. How You Can Help If you are able, please consider donating non-perishable items to Families Forward. These items can be delivered to their drive-thru pantry (M-F) 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Below is a list of most needed items. Cereal Pasta sauce and Dried Pasta Rice (1lb and 2lb bags) Peanut butter Canned chicken and tuna Diapers (sizes 5 and 6) Baby wipes Image This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
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