Free summer lunches for kids

Kids enjoying the summer lunch program at Gresham Library
Multnomah County Library will offer free lunches for youth 18 and under this summer at Gresham, Midland, and Rockwood libraries.  Youth are not required to have a library card to receive the free lunch.

The lunches are available Monday through Friday during the following times:

Gresham: Monday - Friday, 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm (June 18 through August 17)
Midland: Monday, Tuesday and Friday, 11 am – 11:30 am (June 18 through August 24)
Rockwood: Monday - Friday, 12 pm – 1 pm (June 25 through August 10)

The summer lunch program is made possible through partnerships with Department of County Human Services (DCHS), Partners for a Hunger Free Oregon, Gresham Barlow School District, Reynolds School District, and the David Douglas School District.

Multnomah County Library offers many free summer activities for children and teens, including the Summer Reading program. For more information, visit the event calendar or call 503.988.5123.

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I'd like to make a financial donation to help support the summer lunch program. No reason for any child to go hungry when school is out.
These programs are coordinated with Partners for a Hunger Free Oregon and the local school districts. Check out this website for ways to support summer lunch sites across Oregon. Donations to Partners for a Hunger-Free Oregon help connect communities and families to summer meals. https://www.summerfoodoregon.org/support/

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