No-Cost Meals for Kids in Houston
Several Houston area food providers are working to ensure that Houston’s families do not go hungry. CHILDREN AT RISK has partnered with these organizations to create one distribution map that encompasses all of the opportunities, to make the search more convenient for parents. We are grateful to all of our partners listed below who are working for children!
How to Use the Map
The map defaults to “all” days. To filter the map, first, click off “all”, then select the days of the week that you are in need of food support. Hover your mouse over the sites (round blue circles) that are convenient for you for more specific information. You can also select specific programs as a filter as well. There is also a listing of all programs in alphabetical order with phone numbers provided. Please note that some sites support multiple programs so the table will show duplicate listings with different days and phone numbers.
If the map becomes too large or small, click on the home button within the map tools (which appear in the top left corner of the map when you hover under the map title).
This summer, local agencies and organizations have partnered with the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) to serve summer meals at no cost as a part of the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). Meals will be served in communities across the state to children ages 18 and younger, as well as enrolled students with disabilities up to 21 years old.
Click here, or the button above, to find summer meals near you!
This map was updated on June 23rd. Should you have questions or concerns about the schedule for one of the sites, contact them directly via the phone number provided for even more up-to-date information. We encourage you to call the site you are interested in BEFORE you go, as the current climate results in changes to distribution daily. All data provided by our partners noted below.