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									                    Summer Food
                   Service Program
                   Food That’s In When
                      School Is Out

 School Lunch
School Breakfast
 Child and Adult
   Care Food
    Program
  Summer
Food Service
  Program
                   Background
                    Provides free, nutritious meals to
                     low-income children
                    Children must be 18 years and
                     under
                    Operates when school is not in
 School Lunch        session
School Breakfast
 Child and Adult
   Care Food
                    Federally funded program that is
    Program          administered through State
  Summer
Food Service         agencies
  Program
                   Help is Needed
                    16 million eligible children for
                     SFSP
                    Only 2 million children receive
                     SFSP meals

 School Lunch
                    Low participation in rural areas
School Breakfast
 Child and Adult    We need more Sponsors
   Care Food
    Program
  Summer
Food Service
  Program
                   Program Benefits
                    Provides nutritious meals to
                     needy children
                    Gives children the food they need
                     to learn, play and grow
                    Helps families stretch their food-
 School Lunch        buying dollar
School Breakfast
 Child and Adult
   Care Food        Keeps children mentally engaged
    Program
  Summer             so they return to school, ready to
Food Service         learn
  Program
                   Meal Service
                    Two meals per child, per day
                    Any combination of two meals
                     may be claimed except lunch and
                     supper
                    Camps and migrant sites may
 School Lunch        claim up to 3 meals per day
School Breakfast
 Child and Adult
   Care Food
                    Meals must meet USDA
    Program          standards
  Summer
Food Service
  Program
                   SFSP Operations - State
                    Signs an agreement directly with
                     sponsoring organizations

                    Provides training and technical
                     assistance to all sponsoring
 School Lunch
                     organizations
School Breakfast
 Child and Adult
   Care Food
                    Monitors sponsoring organizations
    Program          operation
  Summer
Food Service
  Program
                   Sponsoring Organizations
                    Accept financial and
                     administrative responsibility
                    Must be capable of managing a
                     food service
                    Sponsors:
                     – Train and monitor sites
 School Lunch
School Breakfast     – Arrange for meals
 Child and Adult
   Care Food         – Oversee site operations
    Program
  Summer             – Complete paperwork
Food Service         – Submit claims for reimbursement
  Program
                   Sponsoring Organizations
                    Community and faith-based
                     organizations
                    Private non-profit organizations
                    Local governments
                    Schools
 School Lunch       College or university participating the
School Breakfast
 Child and Adult     National Youth Sports Program
   Care Food
    Program         Migrant centers
  Summer
Food Service        Indian Reservations
  Program
                   Feeding Sites
                      Park
                      Pools
                      Community or Rec Centers
                      Churches
                      Playgrounds
                      Housing projects
 School Lunch
School Breakfast      Camps
 Child and Adult
   Care Food          Schools
    Program
  Summer              Migrant centers
Food Service
  Program             Libraries
                   Site Types
                    Open site – All children in an
                    eligible area eat free without the
                    need of additional paperwork,
                    Enrolled site – All children
                    enrolled in an eligible program
 School Lunch
School Breakfast    eat free, as demonstrated by
 Child and Adult
   Care Food        household income applications
    Program
  Summer
Food Service
  Program
                   Site Eligibility
                    Area Eligibility
                     50% or more of the children in a
                      school service area qualify for Free or
                      Reduced-Price School meals, based
                      on school or census data
                    Household Income Applications
 School Lunch
School Breakfast     Each child must return an application
 Child and Adult
   Care Food          to the sponsor
    Program
  Summer             50% must be eligible for Free or
Food Service          Reduced-Price meals
  Program
                   Two Exceptions
                    Camps - Residential and non-
                     residential camps collect household
                     income applications. Only meals
                     served to children eligible for free or
                     reduced-priced are reimbursed.

 School Lunch       Migrant Sites – Obtain certification
School Breakfast
 Child and Adult     from a migrant organization that meals
   Care Food
    Program          are served primarily to children of
  Summer             migrant workers.
Food Service
  Program
                   Reimbursements
                    Operating costs
                     Meals
                     Food supplies
                     Labor
                    Administrative costs
 School Lunch        Paperwork costs
School Breakfast
 Child and Adult     Additional reimbursement for
   Care Food
    Program            • Sites in rural areas
  Summer
Food Service           • Sites that prepare their own meals
  Program
                   What You Can Do
                    Become a Sponsor
                    Supervise a feeding site
                    Oversee activity programs at
                     feeding sites
 School Lunch
School Breakfast
                    Provide meals to feeding sites, if
 Child and Adult
   Care Food
                     you have meal preparation
    Program          facilities
  Summer
Food Service
  Program
                   Groups to Contact
                    Mayor’s office
                    County extension agent
                    Boys and Girls Club
                    Salvation Army
 School Lunch       Police and Fire Departments
School Breakfast
 Child and Adult
   Care Food        Rotary Clubs, and the like
    Program
  Summer            Libraries
Food Service
  Program
                   Keys to Success
                    Creative and fun activities for
                     kids and teens
                    Develop partnerships
                    Involve parents
 School Lunch
School Breakfast    Be resourceful and innovative
 Child and Adult
   Care Food
    Program         Identify Local Champion(s)
  Summer
Food Service
  Program
                   Getting Started

                    Contact your State, which can be
                     found on our website:


                   http://www.summerfood.usda.gov
 School Lunch
School Breakfast         Then select Contacts
 Child and Adult
   Care Food
    Program
  Summer
Food Service
  Program

								
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