Submitted by Food Bank of Northern Nevada
The Food Bank of Northern Nevada is seeking feedback from parents in the community about the Kids Cafe summer meals program. Kids Cafe is a program that offers children between the ages of 2 and 18 free meals when they are out of school.
As the Food Bank prepares their summer program for 2023, they would like to hear from parents about what times and locations work best for them for the program. Parents who would like to fill out the survey, can do so at fbnn.org (or by clicking the button below). The Food Bank of Northern Nevada is asking that parents fill out the Kids Cafe Summer Meals survey by Tuesday, February 28, 2023.
Summer can be a difficult time for families facing tight budgets. When children are out of school, Kids Cafe can help with nutritious meals during the break. Kids Cafe afterschool and summer meals are free for all children between the ages of 2 and 18 and children do not have to be a part of any program to eat. Kids Cafe meals must be eaten on site.
The Food Bank of Northern Nevada is an equal opportunity employer and provider. The Food Bank of Northern Nevada works with a number of community partners to make the Kids Cafe program the best it can be. The Food Bank recognizes the efforts of Washoe County School District Nutrition Services, City of Reno, City of Sparks, Nevada, Department of Agriculture, The Children’s Cabinet, and the Washoe County Library System.
The Food Bank of Northern Nevada provides food for families in need through more than 150 partner agencies across northern Nevada and the eastern slope of the Sierra in California. We serve more than 130,000 people every month, almost half of whom are children and seniors. Those who are needing assistance can find schedules and distributions by the Food Bank of Northern Nevada and their partners at fbnn.org.