Fair Haven is a Diverse Community with a Rich History and a Beautiful Waterfront
Know a hungry kid?
Send them to these locations during the summer (IMPORTANT NOTE- Follow locator link for dates and times):
Locator link for details and information about locations in other parts of the city\state: http://www.ctsummerfood.org/location-finder
Summer meals are free, nutritious, meals and snacks that are provided to kids and teens, 18 years of age and younger, throughout the summer when school is out. Meals are made possible through federal nutrition programs, like the:
Summer meals meet federal nutrition guidelines and are comprised of milk, fruits, vegetables, grains, and meat or another protein. To see if particular dietary substitutions can be made, parents or caregivers should contact the sponsor of the program. Sponsor contact information, when available, can be found by using theLocation Finder on this website. Some locations serve breakfast and snacks as well as lunch.
Some summer meals locations do have activities to help create a fun environment for kids & teens. Activities can be arts and crafts, team sports/outdoor activities, board games, or reading activities. Certain summer meals sites also have cooking classes, nutrition education lessons, gardening sessions, and/or visits from local community guests.
Parents and/or guardians should feel free to:
Kids & teens are supervised at the summer meals locations by adult site supervisors and volunteers.
211 is Connecticut’s free information and referral service sponsored by the United Way of Connecticut.
Just dial “2-1-1″ on your phone at no charge to you to:
-Get information, referrals, or seek help in a crisis.
*211 staff are multilingual and available 24 hours a day, every day.
Connecticut No Kid Hungry® Campaign is a partnership between Share our Strength, End Hunger CT!, and Governor Dannel Malloy to help end childhood hunger in Connecticut by 2015.
End Hunger Connecticut!’s mission is to eliminate hunger in the state through legislative and administrative advocacy, outreach and public education. We move people toward food security and self-sufficiency.