Food Program - Fighting Hunger; Fueling Futures
We are reaching out to the community, current/past participants, and friends/family within our feeding program to ask for your help or participation in our Fall Child and Adult Care Food Program. The YMCA would like to add additional sites to our fall feeding program as there are needy families within our surrounding communities that could use our help. If you would like to participate or know of anyone willing to participate in our School Year feeding program please let us know.
FREE Meals are available for children ages 18 and younger. Participants can come as often as they like.
Locations meals will be served:
Greensburg Library: Mondays 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Community Church: Weds & Thurs 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
(1427 W Vandalia Rd) STEM activity and Homework Help available
Decatur County Family YMCA: Saturdays 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
STEM Activity available
The Decatur County Family YMCA is a four-year sponsor of the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). This is a program that offers free meals to any Decatur County resident 18 years and younger. Not only will these meals help hundreds of children get the nutrition they need for good health, but it will also help alleviate the strain on family food budgets when school is out.
Please call the YMCA if you are interested in this program. This program is funded in part by the Indiana Department of Education: Office of School and Community, Walmart, and the United Fund. Meals are prepared by the Decatur County Community Schools and meet all USDA regulations.
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