CLEVELAND — Finding an affordable meal for children who can't otherwise pay is being made simple. 

Any child or teen ages 18 and younger can eat free at designated sites across Northeast Ohio.

The Summer Food Service Program, also known as the Summer Meals Program, is a federally-funded and state-administered program.

Approved locations can be found in a variety of settings, including schools, parks, community centers and churches.

In 2018, the Summer Food Service Program provided nutritious meals and snacks to more than 2 million kids during summer vacation.

For more information on the program, CLICK HERE.

To find a approved locations closest to you, CLICK HERE.

The program is free to use and has no cost to participating kids.

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