Indy Parks provides free meals to children throughout summer


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4 Fast Facts

  • Indy Parks is serving free meals to children throughout Marion County during the summer months.
  • The program is targeted to children who normally eat free and reduced lunch at school.
  • Youth ages 18 and younger can receive free breakfast and lunch.
  • Last year the program served 240,000 meals.

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Even though school is out for the summer, parents no longer have to worry about their kids missing out on school meals.

Starting today, Indy Parks will provide daily delivery of meals to various sites through the Summer Servings program.

Through this program, youth ages 18 and under receive free nutritious lunches during the summer months. Some meal sites will offer breakfast and lunches. In addition to Marion County, cities around Indiana and in other states are participating.

Last year the program served 240,000 meals.

Find a complete list of locations serving breakfast and lunch here.

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