Kids from any town or state are welcome!
Burlington, VT The Burlington School Food Project (BSFP) is once again providing free summer meals to all kids 18 and under. BSFP began providing meals Tuesday, June 20 and will run the program through August 11 (excluding Tuesday, July 4). No fees, no registration, no questions – just show up at any location and eat!
2023 SUMMER MEAL LOCATIONS
Monday – Friday (Excluding Tuesday, July 4)
June 20-August 11
Franklin Square Apartments
1554 North Ave.
669 Riverside Ave.
57 Oak Street
1 Raymond Place
1 Lake Street, Burlington Waterfront
The Burlington School Food Project is part of Burlington School District. For more information on free summer lunches for kids across Vermont, Call 2-1-1.
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