Food that is IN when school is OUT!

The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is a U.S. Department of Agriculture funded program to provide free meals for children during the summer months. Many families struggle to put food on the table when school is out and free/reduced meals are not provided by the school. Children who do not receive adequate nutrition during the summer are less likely to perform well once school starts up again and are more prone to illness and other health issues.

Since 2012, Healthy Lincoln County has worked to serve over 30,000 meals from 7 to now 11 site locations reaching over 500 children each summer. Each of our sites are open to the public, and any child 18 and under can receive a free healthy breakfast and/or lunch.

Have an idea where a site is needed? Call 207-563-1330.

Volunteers and donations are always needed. Contact program coordinator Patricia Buck-Welton at or call 207-563-1330.

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