Starting June 14, the Fresno Unified School District will be offering free meals to youth ages 1 through 18 at more than 60 locations throughout the city.
The district said no proof of financial need is required, but the meals must be eaten on site.
The program, which served nearly 200,000 meals last summer, will run until Aug. 12 and is federally funded by the USDA’s Office of Food and Nurtrition Services.
The district's homepage shows which schools are in the program and when meals are served. For more information, call the Food Services Department at 559-457-6250.