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Please check the participating school district list for summer Meals-to-You 2021.
If your family is eligible to get Meals-to-You boxes delivered this summer, your school district will reach out to you with more information and instructions for signing up. If your family is eligible, then any child ages 1-18 living in your household this summer can receive a box of meals each week (though boxes will include food items typically appropriate for those 2 and older).
Meals-to-You follows USDA Nondiscrimination policy, you can review it here.
Your school district will contact you to sign up to get Meals-to-You boxes for your family this summer. We encourage you to use this site’s Household login portal, and you can do so on the computer or on your phone.
We have the ability to deliver to your home/a street address with UPS or to a P.O. Box with the U.S. Postal Service, whichever is best for you.
The delivery dates for the 2021 Summer will be determined before the Spring semester wraps up so that all of our participants will be able to plan accordingly.
Depending on which school district your children attend, the number of weeks you will get Meals-to-You boxes delivered will vary.
Yes! You can still get Meals-to-You boxes delivered this summer if you are receiving SNAP or any other form of assistance. Plus, choosing to get Meals-to-You boxes this summer will not affect your eligibility for other assistance programs.
Try coordinating with a family member or neighbor to pick up the box for you. Remember, these foods are shelf-stable, so they’ll still be good to eat when you get home!
All foods in the Meals-to-You box are shelf-stable, which means you don’t have to worry about the foods expiring anytime soon. The boxes will be packaged securely, so there shouldn’t be any problems with ants or other tiny pests getting into them. Additionally, you don’t need to worry about getting foods refrigerated immediately. Some foods you’ll want to refrigerate once you open them, but instructions for properly storing the food will be provided on the packaging of the foods.
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To sign up, you’ll need a few things.
• Address – We need a good mailing address for this summer, and if things change you can always return to this website to update us later. We prefer a physical, UPS-deliverable address so we can ship your box via UPS, but we can also ship to a P.O. box via USPS if needed.
• School Information – For each student you wish to enroll in the program, we’ll need to know:
• Current School Year School District
• This is required if your school district has student IDs
The program is available to households in participating school districts with at least one child eligible for Free and Reduced-Price Lunch during the school year. Students can be eligible as individuals, or because they are enrolled in schools that participate in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP). Each household can receive one box per week for each child, ages 1 to 18 (though the boxes include food items typically appropriate for children two and older), living in the household, provided he or she has neither graduated nor dropped out of school before the age of 18. (If you have multiple children living with you this summer, make sure to list an eligible student first on the enrollment form.