Summer Food Service Program

Summer Food Service Program

Description 

The Summer Food Service Program provides free meals to low-income children during school vacations. More than 26 million children eat school lunch every day when school is in session, and about half of them receive their meals free or at a reduced price due to low household income. The summer program offers those children nutritious food when school is not in session. During Summer 2014, Wisconsin served 2.6 million meals at 789 sites operated by 195 sponsoring organizations.

For more information regarding Wisconsin's SFSP, please contact Amy Kolano (608) 266-7124 and click on the "Apply Online" link listed below.

Updated image​SFSP Contract to open Friday, March 6th!

Tools to Plan Your 2015 Summer Meals Program

Sponsor Training Registration Now Open!

2015 Information for Returning Sponsors

Register for the 2015 Summer Meals Webinar Series today! New image

Use USDA's Capacity Builder Map to help identify areas in your community that qualify for summer meals, find potential partners, and see the location of 2014 SFSP open sites! New Image

Grant Opportunities - Check out  Share Our Strength, Center for Best Practices for the Summer Meals Grants Memo and Webinar! 

FRAC - Summer Meals Matter Conference Calls

Apply Online - General program info, how to qualify & apply

Claiming & Reimbursement

Materials & Resources

On-Line Services - Enter Contract, Claims, USDA Foods Order, View Aids Register

Outreach Ideas, Materials, Resources

Recent Mailings to SFSP Sponsors

Related Links

Summer Feeding for Schools

 
Other

Demonstration Project for Non-Congregate Feeding for Outdoor Summer Feeding Sites Experiencing Excessive Heat with Q & As Available again for Summer 2015 and 2016, Contact Amy Kolano (608) 266-7124 for more information on how to apply.

 

 

Click on the button below to find see the 2014 SFSP sites in your area.  

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For questions about this information, contact Amy Kolano (608) 266-7124
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