Afterschool Meals

The Afterschool Meals Program allows for nutritious meals and snacks for eligible children who are enrolled at participating afterschool programs. The program supports organizations that keep kids in low-income neighborhoods safe and engaged after the school day ends or on weekends and breaks during the school year. To qualify for the Afterschool Program, your program must be located in the attendance area of a public school where at least half of the students receive free or reduced-price meals.

If you are interested in participating in the Afterschool Meals Program or would like additional information, please contact Eugenie Sellier at

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Huntsville, AL 35804