Food that’s in when school’s out.

No Kid Hungry

Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry summer pilot program helps families stretch their resources and ensures that children receive nutritious meals throughout the summer and return each school year ready to learn. By serving meals in your home to your children and other children in the community, you can ensure that all children have the food they need this summer. Families accepted to the program will receive healthy, kid-friendly lunches, snacks, fresh produce and weekend meals, delivered directly to their door each week. Families in the program agree to serve meals to one or more children in addition to their own family members, attend a program training and complete basic paperwork. We are excited for the opportunity to support our community through this program and encourage you to apply if this program is right for your family. If you are interested in participating in the program, please apply online by June 1, 2018.

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Summer Produce Drop

Food Finders Food Bank is teaming up with CityBus, thanks to a grant from Enterprise Rent-a-Car Foundation, to provide free, fresh produce to our neighbors facing hunger this summer! Produce distributions will take place from 4 pm – 5 pm daily, May 29 – August 3, at rotating locations around Tippecanoe County.

Check the calendar below for the location nearest you!

Summer Food Service Program

Food Finders Food Bank is proud to act as an SFSP sponsor for the ninth summer, ensuring that children across our service area have access to free, healthy meals! Food Finders will sponsor 23 meal sites across seven counties this summer.

The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) was created to serve nutritious meals to children 18 years and younger when the National School Lunch Program is not available. Participation is FREE & no registration is required!

Thank you to the following partners for providing open meal sites this summer:

Earl Park Public Library, Otterbein Public Library, Kewanna-Union Township Public Library, Covington Park, Veedersburg Park, Attica Park, Briarwood Apartments, Riggs Community Health Clinic, Romney Meadows, Morocco Elementary, Macy Community Center and Winamac Public Library.

Check menu below for days and times by county!

We are proud to support the following organizations by providing free summer meals to their program participants:

Hanna Center, Camp GLOW, Lafayette Urban Ministry, Region 2 Migrant Program, Miller Elementary, Oakland Elementary, Earhart Elementary, Miami Elementary, Glen Acres, Vinton Elementary and Edgelea Elementary.

Benton County

 

Earl Park Public Libary

 

102 East 5th St. Earl Park, IN, 47942

 

Mon, Wed, Fri

12:00 – 1:00p

5/29 – 8/3

Otterbein Public Library

 

23 E 1st Street Otterbein, IN 47970

 

Mon – Fri

12:00 – 1:00p

5/29 – 8/3

Fountain County
Covington Park

 

1 City Park Covington, IN 47932 Mon – Fri

11:15 – 12:15p

6/4 – 6/29

Veedersburg Park

 

Park Row Veedersburg, IN 47987 Mon – Fri

11:10 – 12:10p

6/4 – 6/29

Attica Park

 

Ravine Dr. Attica, IN 47918 Mon – Fri

8:00 – 8:30a

6/4 – 7/27

 

Fulton County
Kewanna-Union Township Public Library

 

210 E Main St. Kewanna, IN 46939 Tues, Weds, Thurs

12:00 – 1:00p

5/29 – 8/2

Miami County
Macy Community Center 155 N Columbia St. Macy, IN 46951 Mon – Fri

11:30 – 12:30p

5/29 – 8/3

Newton County
Morocco Elementary 310 S Lincoln St. Morocco, IN 47963

 

Mon – Thurs

11:00 – 12:00p

6/4 – 8/3

Pulaski County
Winamac Public Library 121 S Riverside Dr. Winamac, IN 46996

 

Tues & Thurs

11:00 – 12:00p

6/5 – 8/2

Tippecanoe County

 

Briarwood Apartments

 

1750 Windemere Dr Lafayette, IN 47905

 

Mon – Fri

11:00 – 12:00p

5/29 – 8/3

Riggs Community Health Clinic 2316 South Street Lafayette, IN 47904

 

Mon – Fri

12:00 – 1:00p

5/29 – 8/3

Romney Meadows 548 Westchester Ln Lafayette, IN 47909

 

Mon – Fri

1:00 – 2:00p

5/29 – 8/3

 

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

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The following percentages and dollar amounts of the total costs will be financed with federal money: TEFAP (.7%, $80,563.55), CDBG (.09% $11,000.00) and SFSP (.6%, $79,181.94) . The percentage and dollar amount of the total costs of the project or program that will be financed by nongovernmental sources is 98%, $11,314,373.47. Most up to date information will be included after we receive our audit as of FY 2016.