Summer Food Program Feeds Kids for Free

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Summer Food Program Feeds Kids for Free

With summer right around the corner, it’s time to think about keeping children healthy while school is out. A nutritious meal is important for children to learn, play, and remain active during the summer months. Remember, hunger doesn’t take a vacation!

Through the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), CHANGE, Inc. provides free meals to children during the summer. Last year, 658 youth maintained and/or improved their health by receiving 9,328 nutritious meals at 8 Summer Food sites sponsored by CHANGE, Inc.

This summer, these meals will be served at the SFSP sites listed below. There are no income requirements or registration. Any child under the age of 18 may come to eat.


Site Operating Dates Dates Closed Breakfast Meal Times Lunch Meal Times
4th Ward Park June 4 – July 27
Monday – Friday
July 4 N/A 11AM–12:30PM
Beech Bottom June 4 – July 27
Monday – Friday
July 4 N/A 11AM–12PM
Follansbee Library June 4 – July 27
Monday – Friday
July 4 N/A 11:30AM–12:30PM
Follansbee Park June 4 – July 27
Monday – Friday
July 4 N/A 11AM-12:30PM
Wellsburg Library June 4 – July 27

Wednesday & Friday

July 4 N/A 12PM-1PM
Energy Express
Brooke High School
June 18 – July 27
Monday – Friday
July 4 9AM–9:30AM 12PM–12:30PM
Energy Express
Oak Glen High School
June 19 – July 25
Monday – Friday
July 4 9AM–9:30AM 12:30PM-1PM
Energy Express
Weir High School
June 19 – July 25
Monday – Friday
July 4 9AM-9:30AM 12:30PM-1PM

**Schedule subject to change**

Each year, the U.S. Department of Agriculture partners with local organizations like CHANGE, Inc., to provide free meals to children when school is out for the summer. For more information about the Summer Food Service Program, please contact Hannah Rollyson at (304) 670-8299 or visit CHANGE, Inc’s website at

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