Summer Meals For Kids Program Begins Today — Here’s Where You Can Find Them


Source: NYC Feed Your Mind

Beginning today and running through August 21 (unless otherwise noted), free summer meals — breakfast and lunch — are back for another season of keeping all New York City kids healthy and happy, regardless of income, even when there is no school in session, and even if their parents are away at work during the day.

All children aged 18 and under are eligible, no registration, documentation, or ID required.

Participating sites include dozens of community pool centers, schools, libraries, parks, public housing buildings, beaches, and other community gathering spaces, including several here in Bensonhurst.

Here are a few free meal sites in our area:

  • Brooklyn School of Inquiry (50 Avenue P) 
    Breakfast from 8am to 9:15am (Monday-Friday)
    Lunch from 10:30am to 12:30pm (Monday-Friday)
  • Franklin Delano Roosevelt High School (5800 20th Avenue)
    Breakfast from 7:15am to 9:15am (Monday-Friday)
    Lunch from 10:40am to 2:10pm (Monday-Friday)
  • Seth Low Intermediate School (99 Avenue P)
    Breakfast from 7:40am to 8:10am (Monday-Friday)
    Lunch from 10:37am to 12:08pm (Monday-Friday)
  • J.H.S 223 Montauk (4200 16th Avenue)
    Breakfast from 7:15am to 7:50am (Monday-Friday)
    Lunch from 11:10am to 1:27pm (Monday-Friday)

For more locations or to find the site nearest to you, visit the NYC SchoolFood website, or download the mobile app.

The summer breakfast and lunch menus can also be viewed in advance on the NYC SchoolFood website.

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