During the summer, Los Angeles County Library offers free lunches for children and teens.
This program is open to all children under 18 years of age, regardless of income. It will run until August 5. Meals will be available to pick up between 12 p.m. – 1 p.m.
Minors are not required to be present to receive food. Their parents or caregivers will pick it up on their behalf.
Find out more about the program and the participating libraries. Click here
“This will be the eighth year in a row that er have offered free meals through this program, “Skye Patrick, Los Angeles County Library Director.
“We realize that families rely on lunch and snack on programs to provide free, nutritious meals to their children when they are not in school. We are excited to once again provide this essential service.”
California State Library collaborates with the California Library Association to create the Lunch at the Library Program. This program is state-funded.
Here’s a list listing all Southern California libraries that are participating. Click here
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