This summer, kids and teens ages 18 and under can eat free at more than 200 sites throughout King County. The United Way is making information about Summer Meals even more accessible by providing the locations and hours at an easy to remember website: www.FreeSummerMeals.org
Meals are healthy, tasty, and available at participating parks, libraries, community centers, schools and more. Most sites offer a combination of breakfast, lunch and morning or afternoon snacks. Community summer meal programs are open to all families without any paperwork or registration — just drop in! Many programs also offer arts and crafts, games and hands-on educational activities to keep kids active and engaged all summer long.
The success of the Summer Meals program relies on community support and engagement. Join the movement to end childhood hunger with flyers, door hangers, posters, and social media images. Request Outreach Materials
Celebrate the free Summer Meals program at a free, all-ages field day near you. Enjoy a bounce house, music and free games and activities for the whole family, including face painting, crafts, an obstacle course and more! A free lunch will be provided to all kids, teens and adults.
|Thursday, June 28||Noon – 3 p.m.||Roxhill Park||2850 SW Roxbury St. Seattle, WA 98126|
|Thursday, July 12||Noon – 3 p.m.||Northacres Park||12718 1st Ave NE, Seattle WA 98125|
|Thursday, July 26||Noon – 3 p.m.||Othello Park||4351 S. Othello St, Seattle WA 98118|
|Thursday, August 2||Noon – 3 p.m.||Angle Lake Park||19408 Intl Blvd., SeaTac, WA 98188|