Become a Site
More than 1 million of Florida’s children could go hungry during the summer while school is out. The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services is partnering with organizations across the state to feed more children through its Summer BreakSpot nutrition program. The Summer BreakSpot program is funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and is run in local communities by qualifying nonprofit organizations.
Many children rely on a nutritious breakfast and lunch through the National School Lunch Program and are at risk of suffering from hunger during summer break. The Summer BreakSpot fills the nutrition gap during the summer by serving meals to children 18 years and younger so they can return to school healthy, happy and ready to learn.
What is required to become a site?
- Distribute meals to children
- Provide a sheltered, supervised area for eating
- Conduct outreach to encourage neighborhood kids to come to your site (all sites must be open to walk-ins)
- Attend your sponsor’s training
- Keep the required daily records of meals served
- Supervise meal service at your location
Ready to become a sponsor?
Complete the following form and we will contact you to confirm your participation. CLICK HERE
Need more information?
Contact Megan Sexton, SFSP Coordinator