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Volunteering for a Very Worthy Effort

The school district helps to fill the gap of hunger during the school year, but what happens when school is not in session? It is estimated that 1/3 of the children in the Wenatchee Valley go hungry during each school break.

The summer months are just as important as any time of the year and Small Miracles staffs volunteers who provide lunches Monday through Thursday at various community locations.

Although the program is subsidized by the state of Washington, donations and sponsorships from the community help make the program a success. Call us to find out about being a sponsor.

The program operates under the Washington State Department of Agriculture and is managed by the State of Washington Superintendent of Public Instruction.

Who Qualifies for Free or Reduced Meals at Our Schools?

  • 6,166 children in the Eastmont School District
  • 7,557 in the Wenatchee School District
  • 1,587 children in the Cashmere School District
Note: Numbers from the 2017-2018 school year.

Ensuring the Proper Food Components

  • Each and every lunch is required to have five components to be eligible for reimbursement:
  • Meat or meat substitute
  • Grain
  • Fruit
  • Vegetable
  • Milk

2020 Summer Lunch Locations

East Wenatchee
  • Eastmont Baptist Church
  • Kenroy Park
  • Lee Elementary
  • Rock Island Park
  • Lewis and Clark Park
  • Lincoln Park
  • Pennsylvania Park
  • Pioneer Park
  • Methow Park
  • Washington Park
  • Simpson Park

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