6.13.2017 For many, summertime brings up picturesque images of sunshine, fun and relaxation. For California’s low-income kids, however, summer may come with a burden.
When school’s out and the summer begins, nearly 1.7 million low-income children in California lose access to nutritious meals that support their health and ability to reach their full academic potential. CFPA’s latest School’s Out…Who Ate? report examines state-wide trends and outlines solutions to keep kids free from hunger during the summer.
Children need year-round access to nutritious meals that help prevent hunger and support health and learning. How many children in your community are missing out?
Access the School’s Out…Who Ate? full report, state and county data, and related resources. link
Questions? Contact Anna Colby at 213.482.8200 ext. 204