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    Programs that operate during the summer when school is not in session and provide congregate nutritional meals (breakfasts, snacks, lunches and/or dinners) for children and youth. Summer food service programs are generally available to youth age 18 and younger who live in designated low-income areas; and may be federally-funded or funded by other entities.

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    Allegheny County DHS - Food AssistanceSummerFood Program serves children up to 18 years of age, living in low-income communities. During the months of June through August, SummerFood provides free, nutritious breakfasts and lunches to children at any one of nearly 110 Allegheny County locations outside the City of Pittsburgh. The program serves children without regard to gender, race, religion or disability. The Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) provides nutritious meals and snacks to community-based programs that offer enrichment activities for at-risk children and youth, 18 and under, after the regular school day ends.AlleghenyAllegheny County Department of Human ServicesAllegheny County Department of Human Services
    Armstrong County Community Action Agency - Summer Feeding ProgramProvides free lunches in the summer to all children who request them at certain sites in the county.ArmstrongSummer Feeding ProgramArmstrong County Community Action Agency
    Booker T. Washington Center - Nutrition CafeThe Nutrition Café Program provides free nutritious meals and snacks to needy children. Our Nutrition Cafe is a free program that works hand in hand with our After School and Summer of Success Programs.ErieBooker T. Washington CenterBooker T. Washington Center
    Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, Inc. - Summer Lunch Program for ChildrenFree lunch and enrichment activities provided weekdays from June 19 - August 25, 2017 for children ages 18 and under at The Susan Zubik Welcome Center, 212 Ninth St. in downtown Pittsburgh. AlleghenySummer Lunch ProgramCatholic Charities of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, Inc.
    Child Development Centers - Lunch Time (Summer Food Program)Lunch Time is intended to make a nutritious midday meal available to children when school is not in session, to help families whose children lose their school-based free and reduced-price breakfast and lunch benefits during summer, and to extend nutrition to children who aren't yet old enough to attend school. CDC serves hot meals every day all summer at several sites in local communities.VenangoChild Development Centers - Administration OfficeChild Development Centers, Inc.
    Cranberry Child Development Center - Lunch Time (Summer Food Program)Lunch Time is intended to make a nutritious midday meal available to children when school is not in session, to help families whose children lose their school-based free and reduced-price breakfast and lunch benefits during summer, and to extend nutrition to children who aren't yet old enough to attend school.VenangoCranberry Child Development CenterChild Development Centers, Inc.
    Franklin Child Development Center - Lunch Time (Summer Food Program)Lunch Time is intended to make a nutritious midday meal available to children when school is not in session, to help families whose children lose their school-based free and reduced-price breakfast and lunch benefits during summer, and to extend nutrition to children who aren't yet old enough to attend school.VenangoFranklin Child Development CenterChild Development Centers, Inc.
    Franklin School-Age Child Development Center - Lunch Time (Summer Food Program)Lunch Time is intended to make a nutritious midday meal available to children when school is not in session, to help families whose children lose their school-based free and reduced-price breakfast and lunch benefits during summer, and to extend nutrition to children who aren't yet old enough to attend school.VenangoFranklin School-Age Child Development CenterChild Development Centers, Inc.
    Hasson Heights Child Development Center - Lunch Time (Summer Food Program)Lunch Time is intended to make a nutritious midday meal available to children when school is not in session, to help families whose children lose their school-based free and reduced-price breakfast and lunch benefits during summer, and to extend nutrition to children who aren't yet old enough to attend school.VenangoHasson Heights Child Development CenterChild Development Centers, Inc.
    Lawrence County Community Action Partnership - Summer Food Service ProgramThe Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) was established to ensure that children continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. Free meals that meet Federal nutrition guidelines are provided to children ages 18 and under throughout the summer months. LCCAP utilizes the space and amenities of the Ben Franklin Early Learning Center to offer free breakfast, lunch, and educational programming and sponsors 13 additional sites throughout Lawrence County.LawrenceLawrence County Community Action Partnership - Workforce DevelopmentLawrence County Community Action Partnership
    North Butler Feed My Sheep Food PantryFood PantryButlerButler County Community ActionButler County Health and Human Services
    Oil City Child Development Center - Lunch Time (Summer Food Program)Lunch Time is intended to make a nutritious midday meal available to children when school is not in session, to help families whose children lose their school-based free and reduced-price breakfast and lunch benefits during summer, and to extend nutrition to children who aren't yet old enough to attend school.VenangoOil City Child Development CenterChild Development Centers, Inc.
    Pennsylvania Summer Food Site LocatorClick here to search for summer food sites across Pennsylvania using an address or ZIP code.Pennsylvania Summer FoodSummer Food Service Program
    Shippensburg Summer Lunch ProgramDuring the summer, the Shippensburg Community Resource Coalition works cooperatively with local agencies to provide the Shippensburg Summer Lunch program. This program strives to improve the quality of life for children residing in the Shippensburg area community by providing meals and healthy living education to help ensure that their nutritional needs are met during the summer break from school.CumberlandShippensburg Community Resource CoalitionShippensburg Community Resource Coalition
    Summer Food List 2017Provides assistance with Summer Food Programs. Please see the sites below to locate a summer food program in your area:
    The site below has summer food information for Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Fayette, Erie, Greene, Indiana, Lawrence, Mercer, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Venango, Warren, Washington, and Westmoreland Counties.
    Summer Food Rocks Locator Web Site:Click here for summer programs.
    The site below has summer food information for Allegheny County:
    Allegheny County-Citiparks Summer Food Sites:Click here for summer programs.
    Allegheny County-City of Pittsburgh GrubUp PGH: Click here for summer programs.
    AlleghenyPennsylvania Summer FoodSummer Food Service Program
    Summer Food Services ProgramSummer Food Service Program shall teach, and reinforce the values of buying, preparing & eating freshly harvested nutritional foods. It shall also insure that any child who qualifies for free & reduced meals during the school calendar year shall continue to receive (fresh, nutritional) foods during the Summer Months.FranklinBuilding Our Pride in Chambersburg, Inc.Building Our Pride In Chambersburg, Inc.
    Summer Food Services Program Sponsored by the United Way of Mifflin-JuniataSummer Food Services Program (SFSP) is provided through the Department of Education to fill the void left by loss of free and reduced school meals during summer break. The services are sponsored by the United Way of Mifflin-Juniata to provide breakfasts, lunches, and snacks to children up to age 18 living in Mifflin or Juniata Counties. There is no cost to participate, however, some sites may require program enrollment. Participating sites include: 1. Lumina Center: 18 East Third Street Lewistown,PA 17044, 717-242-2888, Enrollment is required. 2. Project YES: 2 Manor Drive Lewistown, PA 17044, 717-248-4942, Enrollment is required. 3. Lincoln Intermediate Unit: 75 South Seventh Street, Mifflintown, PA 17059 717.436.2111 Enrollment is required. 4. East Kish Presbyterian Church:100 Walnut Street, Reedsville, PA 17084 Enrollment is required. 5. Lewistown Presbyterian Church: 17 East Third Street, Lewistown, PA 17044 Enrollment is required. 6. Fayette Area Lions’ Den: 158 Lions Den Drive, McAlisterville, PA 17049 7. Trinity United Methodist Church: 104 Juniata Street, Mifflin, PA 17058 717.436.2401 No enrollment needed. Lunch is served every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday June 5 through June 28 at 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. 8. Aldersgate United Methodist Church: 109 North Third Street, Mifflintown, PA 17059 717.436-6555 No enrollment needed. Lunch is served every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday July 5 through July 28 at 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. MifflinUnited Way of Mifflin-JuniataUnited Way of Mifflin-Juniata
    Westmoreland County Summer Food Service ProgramWestmoreland County Food Bank sponsors the Summer Food Service Program. For eight weeks each summer, free breakfasts and lunches are served to disadvantaged children at various sites around Westmoreland County. Click here to see the list of sites serving Westmoreland county.WestmorelandWestmoreland County Summer Food Service ProgramWestmoreland County Food Bank
    YMCA of Greater Erie - Downtown YMCA - Meals for KidsNutritious meals for kids.ErieYMCA of Greater Erie - Downtown BranchYMCA of Greater Erie
    Youth Alternatives, Inc. - Summer/After School Program - FranklinDuring the Summer, Youth Alternatives provides multiple exciting activities for the youth of Venango County to participate in. In addition to the daily activities, we offer thing like: swimming, movie day, bowling, bake-offs, picnics, fishing and various other outings. We also offer a nutritious meal from 1:00 - 2:00 pm throughout the summer. During the school year, we offer one-on-one homework assistance and a warm nutritious meal from 3:30 - 4:30 pm throughout the school year. We also provides fun, varied after school activities for youth. Many of our activities are learning-based and incorporate STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) VenangoYouth Alternatives, Inc. - Summer/After School Program - FranklinYouth Alternatives
    Youth Alternatives, Inc. - Summer/After School Program - Oil CityDuring the Summer, Youth Alternatives provides multiple exciting activities for the youth of Venango County to participate in. In addition to the daily activities, we offer thing like: swimming, movie day, bowling, bake-offs, picnics, fishing and various other outings. We also offer a nutritious meal from 1:00 - 2:00 pm throughout the summer. During the school year, we offer one-on-one homework assistance and a warm nutritious meal from 3:30 - 4:30 pm throughout the school year. We also provides fun, varied after school activities for youth. Many of our activities are learning-based and incorporate STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) VenangoYouth Alternatives, Inc. - Oil CityYouth Alternatives

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