School's Out...Who Ate? is CFPA's
annual report on summer nutrition in California.
Consider supporting CFPA's future publications by making a donation!
Visit CFPA's donation page. link
In 2014, nearly two million of California's most vulnerable kids fell into the summer nutrition gap. That is, over 80 percent of the state's low-income children and youth who benefited from free or reduced-price lunches during the academic year missed out on such meals during the summer.
Children need access to nutritious summer meals that combat hunger and food insecurity, support year-round learning, and help prevent obesity. State and federal decision makers can ensure that all of California's kids have year-round access to healthy, affordable meals. There are specific actions these leaders should take.
Statewide and County-specific press releases:
Full report PDF
Summer EBT Fact Sheet PDF
Find a summer meal site link
California Department of Education - Summer Food Service link
California Summer Meal Coalition link
USDA Food and Nutrition Service - Summer Food Service Program link
Food Research and Action Center - Summer Nutrition Programs link
NOTE: Enter Content for the Third Column here
WARNING: If you are using a 2 column template, the contents in this column will be ignored