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Meet Up to Eat Up Summer Food Program

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SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (WJBK) -- With Summer starting many students who receive school lunch programs are not sure what they are going to do for food this summer. United way's program, "Meet Up to Eat UP," allows kids to get meals and hang out with their friends for free over the summer vacation.

The program is open to kids 18 or younger and students over the age of 18 who also participate in school programs for people with mental or physical disabilities. There are no income requirements and no application.

To find locations around you, call 2-1-1 or text "FOODMI" to 877877. The sites, such as schools, parks, libraries, recreation centers, and churches, will start serving once schools are out on vacation.

To Volunteer visit: www.LiveUnitedSEM.org.
Learn about summer meals at the Federal level at www.summerfood.usda.gov
Learn about summer meals at the State level at www.michigan.gov/sfsp




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