We will be offering breakfasts and lunches at no charge again this summer at the High School pick-up location to all children 18 and under. We will be offering 4 Grab and Go Breakfasts and Lunches on Thursdays from noon to 1pm and 3 breakfasts and lunches on Mondays from noon to 1pm.
In order to help us best serve you this summer, please fill out this brief survey if you are interested in participating in our Grab and Go Summer Meals. Summer Meals Planning Survey.
For the End Hunger CT website and access to alternate meal pick-up locations and additional resources please click this link: End Hunger CT - Summer Meals
Summer Meals are Back
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