Share Summer Meals Program

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This summer, free grab-n-go meals for all kids and teens ages 18 and under will be available at multiple sites from June 21 to August 13. No paperwork is required, and we do not collect personal information. Children must be present to receive a meal.

All site locations, addresses, dates and times are listed below. To find the site closest to you, you can also text FOOD or COMIDA to 877-877.

As in 2020, we will utilize the USDA waiver that allows children to take their meals with them instead of needing to stay on-site to eat. In addition to the numerous volunteers and community partners who are integral to the daily operations of this program, we are tremendously grateful to St. Joseph Catholic Church who will once again offer Marian Hall and its commercial kitchen as the home base for our program.

Please note that no meals will be provided at any site location on July 5, in recognition of the national July 4 holiday.

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Share Summer Meals 2021 Locations   Dates  Days of Meal Service  Meal Service Time  Meal(s) Provided  Address 
Alder Creek Apartments  June 21 – Aug 13 Mon-Fri 12pm-1pm Lunch  11716 NE 49th St, Vancouver, WA 98682
Church at the Grove June 21 – Aug 13 Mon-Th 11:30am-12:30pm Lunch  6004 NE 72nd Ave, Vancouver, WA 98661 
Covington Commons June 21 – Aug 13 T,W,Th 12am-1pm Lunch  9703 NE 73rd St, Vancouver, WA 98662 
Crestline ES June 21 – Aug 13 Mon-Fri 12pm-1pm Lunch  13003 SE 7th St, Vancouver, WA 98683
Evergreen Park June 21 – Aug 13 Mon-Fri 12pm-1pm Lunch  3500 E 4th Plain Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98661 
Fort Vancouver HS June 21 – Aug 13 Mon-Fri 11am-11:45am Lunch  5700 E 18th St, Vancouver, WA 98661 
Fruit Valley ES July 12  – 30 Mon-Fri 12pm – 12:30pm Lunch  98680, 3410 NW Fruit Valley Rd, Vancouver, WA 98660 
Hough ES June 21 – Aug 13 Mon-Fri 12pm-12:45pm Lunch  1900 Daniels St #2535, Vancouver, WA 98660
Leroy-Haagen Park  June 21 – Aug 13 Mon-Fri 12:15pm-1:00pm Lunch  NE LeRoy Haagen Memorial Drive, Vancovuer, WA 98684 
Olympic Park Apts June 21 – Aug 13 Wed + Fri 11am-12pm Lunch  10300 NE Stutz Rd, Vancouver, WA 98685
Orchards ES July 12  – 30 Mon-Fri 12pm – 12:30pm Lunch  11405 NE 69th St, Vancouver, WA 98662 
Prairie View Apartments June 21 – Aug 13 Mon-Fri 12pm-1pm Lunch  12611 NE 99th St, Vancouver, WA 98682 
Sarah J Elementary June 21 – Aug 13 Mon-Fri 12pm-1pm Lunch  2215 NE 104th St #5641, Vancouver, WA 98686 
South Ridge Elementary July 26 – Aug 6 Mon-Fri  12-12:30pm Lunch  502 NW 199th St, Ridgefield, WA 98642
Springfield Meadows, June 21 – Aug 13 Mon-Fri 12pm-1pm Lunch  4317 NE 66th Ave, Vancouver, WA 98661 
Vancouver Community Library (Downtown) June 21 – Aug 13 Mon-Fri 12pm-1pm Lunch  901 C St, Vancouver, WA 98660 
Washougal Community Library  June 28 – Aug 13 Mon-Fri 11am-12pm Lunch  1661 C St, Washougal, WA 98671
YMCA of Columbia-Willamette June 21 – Aug 13 Mon-Fri 12pm-1pm Lunch  11324 NE 51st Cir, Vancouver, WA 98682 

Note: ES denotes Elementary School, HS denotes High School

Food is incredibly important for a developing child or teen, and yet over 20,000 children in Clark County are considered food insecure (they do not know when or where their next meal is coming from). Research shows that receiving free or reduced-price meals reduces food insecurity, obesity rates, and poor health in children.  Summer Meals is a federally funded, state-administered program that reimburses providers who serve free healthy meals to children & teens when school is not in session. The goal of the program is to give all children 18 and under access to nutritious meals in low-income areas while they do not have access to free/reduced school meals.

For more information, please contact Becci Read-Ryan at or 360-553-8064.

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Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g. Braille, large print, audiotape, American Sign Language, etc.), should contact the Agency (State or local) where they applied for benefits.  Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339.  Additionally, program information may be made available in languages other than English.
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Donate Resources

Donations of physical goods are always welcome. Some of the items we currently need include: non-perishable food, new hygiene & personal care items and new cleaning supplies. Contact Sara Johnson at 360-952-8312 to schedule a donation drop-off.

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