Help promote Summer Food with our free outreach materials:
- SFSP Outreach Flyer
Hang in grocery stores, laundry mats, gas stations, etc. – anywhere that families will see them
- SFSP Outreach Business Cards
Send home with any clients or families you serve
Don’t have a local site? Check out these resources for getting one started and making it successful!
An area is eligible to host a summer food site if a local school has a 50% or more of its students eligible for Free and Reduced Price meals or it can qualify through census tract data. Even though eligibility may be based on school data, many different organizations can sponsor a meal site. These organizations include, but are not limited to:
- Public and private non-profit schools
- Public and private non-profit residential camps
- Units of local, municipal, and county level government
- Local service providers and non-profits
- Food pantries
|Guide to Starting a Summer Food Site|
|Summer Food Best Practice Guide|
|SFSP Overview for Potential Sponsors|
|Summer Food Activity Guide|
|Community Outreach Calendar|
Montana Office of Public Instruction– Montana OPI administers the Summer Food Service Program in Montana.
For more information or to learn whether or not your town is eligible to host a summer food site please contact Tirza Asbell, Policy Coordinator at (406) 215-1771 or email@example.com.