Free grab-and-go breakfast and lunch offered each school day

Free breakfast and lunch are available for pick-up to all children age 18 and under at  Liberty High School.

Meals are available 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. on all school days, excluding holidays. The program is administered by the USDA and NYSED Child Nutrition Program at no cost to the Liberty Central School District and was implemented to help ease food insecurity faced by families during the Coronavirus Pandemic.

Look for the grab-and-go table near the High School loading dock (near the basketball hoop.)

All children 18 and under are eligible, no questions asked. Adults can pick up meals to bring home to their children, and older kids can pick up meals for their siblings at home.

Free summer meals from A Single Bite

A Single Bite, a nonprofit organization which has helped deliver more than 75,000 servings of food to Sullivan County families since spring 2020, is offering free dinners to local households thoughout the summer.

The meals include a meat main dish, vegetable and grain sides, and a salad. Meals are delivered by A Single Bite volunteers or can be picked up at designated locations. Currently, A Single Meal is delivering meals to 24 Liberty famlies each Thursday, but would like to do more.

To request meals, fill out the Family Meal Intake Form.

A Single Bite is always in need of volunteers to help deliver meals in July through September. If you’d like to help, fill out A Single Bite’s Volunteer Sign Up Form.

To learn more, email or call 845-482-1030 (10 a.m. – 4 p.m. weekdays.)

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

SNAP provides monthly benefits that help you keep food on the table. SNAP helps seniors, students, working families, people with disabilities, children of immigrants, and many more. 

The Nutrition Outreach and Education Program (NOEP) can tell you if you may be eligible for SNAP. We can also help you complete and submit your application.

Call today. It is free and confidential.

Hudson Valley Community Services
Serving Residents of Sullivan County

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