The Second Harvest Summer Food Service Program(SFSP) provides free meals and snacks to low-income children during the summer months.The Summer Food Service Program is a United States Department of Agriculture funded program administered at the state level by the Department of Education. This survey ensures that we identify strong summer partnerships across our network. To participate in the Summer Food Service Program, your agency must be a federal tax exempt agency. The following questions will help determine your agency's eligibility for program participation.Special consideration will be given to programs that operate an "open site" program and allow children in the community to access meals daily.

* 1. Which one of the following best describes your organization/agency?

* 2. Does your organization/agency provide a year-round public service to the area in which you intend to provide the Summer Food Service Program?

* 3. Does your program operate in another organization's building?

* 4. What age group does your program serve?(multiple boxes can be checked)

* 5. Which population will your organization/agency serve?

* 6. Would your organization/agency accept administrative responsibility for your meal program? ( This includes reporting each meal services daily using computer and internet access)

* 7. Does you program staff have completed background checks?

* 8. What is your employment status?

* 9. Contact Information

* 10. Thank you for your interest in the Summer Food Service Program. Depending on your answers to these questions, your organization/agency may be eligible to receive meals from Second Harvest Food Bank. Based on your responses and the location of your site, we will contact you if your program is selected as a Second Harvest Summer Food Program site.