Summer meal service will begin Monday, June 22. Grab-n-go meals will continue to be free to all students and children 18 years and younger.
Registration is not required. There are no forms to fill out and no names are written down. If a child is unable to come to a meal distribution site, someone else may pick up a meal for that child.
Meals will only be offered on Mondays and Thursdays during summer break. On Monday, students will receive three days worth of meals. On Thursdays, students will receive four days worth of meals.
Families are encouraged to bring a bag to carry the breakfasts and lunches for multiple days. Please maintain at least 6 feet between families standing in line when picking up meals.
A list of site locations is below. Check back often as meal sites and serving times are subject to change.
Meal Locations & Times
Alcove at Seahurst Apartments
14001 Ambaum Blvd SW, Burien (between buildings 2 and 4)
Cascade Middle School
11212 10th Ave SW, Seattle
15675 Ambaum Blvd SW, Burien
Glacier Middle School
2450 South 142nd Street, SeaTac
11:50 a.m.-12:20 p.m.
Highline High School
615 S. 200th Street, Des Moines (Olympic Interim Site)
Madrona Elementary School
20301 32nd Ave S, SeaTac
Pacific Middle School
22705 24th Pl S, Des Moines
Parkside Elementary School
2104 S 247th Street, Des Moines
Seahurst Elementary School
14603 14th Ave SW, Burien
Tyee High School
4424 S 188th Street, SeaTac
White Center Heights Elementary
10015 6th Ave SW, Seattle
Additional Meal Support
The Des Moines Food Bank is also offering free summer meal services for students and families. For additional site locations, please call 1-866-348-6479, text FOOD or COMIDA to 877-877, or visit the No Kid Hungry website.
Washington State Food Security Survey
Take the Washington State Food Security Survey to help Washington state understand how COVID-19 has impacted food security.
The survey is open to all Washington state residents aged 18 or over through July 31. Participants may enter a drawing to win one of 50 $50 grocery cards.
The survey is being led by researchers from UW, WSU and Tacoma Community College along with input from partners in local, county and state governments.