How does it work?

The South Carolina Department of Education (SCDOE) administers the program at the state level and acts as a bridge between York County and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). York County serves as a sponsor and coordinates with schools, local government agencies, camps, faith-based and other non-profit community organizations to host meal service sites. Meal service sites are places in the community where children receive meals in a safe and supervised environment. Sites may be located in a variety of settings, including schools, parks, community centers, churches, and migrant centers. 

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1. How does it work?
2. Who does the program serve?
3. Why is the program important?
4. Where is my closest Summer Food Service Program site?
5. How can I help?