Kishwaukee Family YMCA

Youth Development Alerts Healthy Living Social Responsibiliy

Summer Food Program

Hunger doesn’t take a summer vacation!

The YMCA is working with the Wal-Mart Foundation to make sure that no children go hungry when school is closed this summer. The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) ensures that all children continue to grow and learn during the summer.

The YMCA recognizes the need for the program in DeKalb County. Many of our children, who rely on school breakfast and lunch during the school year, do not have the energy they need during the summer. Kids who get enough to eat and have safe activities to participate in during the summer are less likely to get into trouble. Our summer meals program is a building block in the community for healthy, happy kids who are ready to learn.

The Summer Food Service Program for Children is a federally funded program operated nationally by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Wal-Mart and locally sponsored by Voluntary Action Center.

FREE meals for Kids (under 18 years old) served at the following locations.

2016 Summer
Program Sites
DatesDays of the WeekTime
Kishwaukee Family YMCA:
2500 W. Bethany Rd.
Sycamore, IL 60178
May 31 - August 23Monday-Friday12:00pm
University Village:
722 N Annie Glidden Rd.
DeKalb, IL 60115
June 13 - August 18Monday-Friday11:30am-12:00pm
Liberty Park:
At the corner of 1Oth St and Lewis St in DeKalb, IL 60115
June 21 - August 11Tuesday/Thursday12:00pm

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To find out about the Summer Food Program please contact: Lesley Feyerherm at lfeyerherm@kishymca.org or at 815.756.9577.

Thank you to our Partners:

 

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