Yesterday, the City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks launched their Summer Lunch Program that will offer free lunches at more than 30 locations across the city.
From June 29 to August 14, the department will offer first-come, first-serve pick up lunches for free to people 18 years and younger. However, adults with disabilities who are enrolled in special school district programs will also be invited to participate.
There are no income restrictions, however the city will only be offering one lunch per participant each day. And all residents who pick-up a free meal will have to wear a mask.
If this is something you're interested in, click here to find the location nearest to you! You can also call the Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks directly at 213-485-8743, or simply text "Summer Meals" to 97779 for more information.
There are also a few other 2020 summer lunch programs that can offer assistance and free meals to kids throughout Los Angeles. Visit CBS Los Angeles to learn more about the programs currently available.