Food for Children
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Statistics
  • The percentage of local youth eligible for free and reduced lunches has increased by 18% since 2008.  Approximately 35,000 school-aged children accessed free and reduced lunch in 2014.  They would fill our local arena over 2 times.  (Spokane County United Way, 2015)  
What You Can Do
  • Spokane Valley Partners provides weekend meals for many of the 8,000 homeless students in Spokane Valley schools.  Participation ranges from pre-school through high school. 
Local Organizations
Additional Resources

SNAP
(Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program)
(877) 501-2233   Washington's Office
(800) 562-6906   Recipient Fraud
(888) 436-6392   Retailer Fraud
http://www.dshs.wa.gov