Boston Summer Eat Mini-Grants Applications are now open.
The Boston Eats program is looking to increase community participation. Community partners can now apply if interested in creating summer meal sites. The program provides no-cost meals to youth ages 18 and under across the City of Boston.
Through a series of mini-grants, partners will create non-traditional summer meal sites. These mini-grants are available by partnerships with Project Bread and the YMCA of Greater Boston, and funding from Boston Children’s Hospital’s Collaboration for Community Health.
Awarded community partners will increase access to healthy food for youths. Mini-grants will increase partners’ capacity to host meal sites and make meals accessible. The impact of Boston Eats will expand through greater reach and public awareness. Interested organizations can apply here by the April 3rd, 2020 deadline.
Please feel free to contact our office if you have any questions.
|Catalina López-Ospina, Director, Mayor’s Office of Food Access Engage | Advocate | Serve 617.635.1456 (w)|
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