Summer Food Service Program
Food that's in when School is Out!
The Summer Food Service Program for Children (SFSP) was created to serve nutritious meals to children when National School Lunch and School Breakfast Program meals are not available. To ensure all children receive proper nutrition throughout the year, SFSP reimburses organizations that prepare and serve meals to eligible children during the summer and school vacation periods.
It’s time to learn something new or refresh your memory. Click hereto register for our SFSP New or Returning Sponsor Training Workshops.
Contact the Summer Food Specialist for more information.
Learn More about the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP)
Check out the free USDA 2014 SFSP Webinars here (**Please Note: These free informative sessions will not meet the Indiana SFSP sponsor training requirements. You must register above for the new or returning sponsor training to meet the Indiana requirement.)
- NEW! Summer Meals Toolkit
- 2014 Sponsor Approval Packet Documents
- Want to learn more about the SFSP? Read here
- Grant Opportunity for the SFSP sponsors. Learn more
- National Hunger Hotline
2014 SFSP Information
- 2014 Summer Food Service Plans Media Release
- SFSP 2014 Handbooks
- 2014 Reimbursement Rates
- 2014 Eligibility Listing for All Indiana Schools
2014 SFSP Sites
|SFSP Feeding Sites for All Indiana Counties|
|Allen County Sites|
|St. Joseph County Sites|
Requirements and Information
- SFSP Newsletter-Summer Times
- Civil Rights Requirements
- Grant Opportunities
- Local Agency Procurement
- Meal Requirements and Menu Planning
- Online Instructions and Training
- Policies *USDA and Indiana Policies*
- Rates of Reimbursement for Prior Years
- Requirements to Establish a Summer Food Service Site
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