Summer Feeding Program Statistics

Summer Feeding Programs    
Program Year  May 1, 2013 - September 30, 2013 May 1, 2014 - September 30, 2014
Summer Food Service Program    
Contracting Entities: 399 393
Sites: 4,733 4,039
Average Daily Participation (Lunch - May) 212 100
Average Daily Participation (Lunch - June) 250,703 285,288
Average Daily Participation (Lunch - July) 178,616 179,972
Average Daily Participation (Lunch - August) 112,703 117,333
Average Daily Participation (lunch - whole summer) 215,260 229,640
Average Daily Participation (Across all meal types) 388,652 412,378
Meals Served for the Year 17,304,535 17,790,811
Federal Reimbursement $46,207,803 $48,514,745
Seamless Summer Option    
Contracting Entities: 340 350
Sites: 1,611 1,486
Average Daily Participation (Lunch - May) 35 0
Average Daily Participation (Lunch - June) 177,411 171,013
Average Daily Participation (Lunch - July) 57,336 59,450
Average Daily Participation (Lunch - August) 22,094 28,049
Average Daily Participation (lunch - whole summer) 115,249 114,062
Average Daily Participation (Across all meal types)



Meals Served for the Year 6,287,084 6,333,629
Federal Reimbursement



Summer Feeding Programs Totals    
Total Meals



Total Reimbursement $61,941,422 $64,773,335

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