LA County Library’s Annual Lunch at the Library Program Returns
Nutritious Grab & Go Meals for Kids & Teens at
20 Libraries This Summer, Starting June 14
LA County Library’s annual Lunch at the Library program returns, providing free grab-and-go meals to kids and teens 18 and under during the summer months. This year, two healthy meals—reheatable lunch and breakfast—will be available daily.
Meals are available for no-contact pickup on a first come, first served basis at select libraries from June 14 – August 6 (except July 5) based on the following schedule:
Monday – Friday, 12 – 1 pm:
A C Bilbrew Library
Tuesday – Friday, 12 – 1 pm:
Angelo M. Iacoboni Library
El Monte Library
There are no restrictions on family income. Parents and caregivers can pick up on behalf of children – kids and teens don’t need to be present, but are welcome!
Since 2015, LA County Library has been offering free lunch to kids and teens during the summer months while school is not in session, helping to ensure that families have access to wholesome meals.
“This will be the seventh consecutive year we have offered free meals through this program,” said LA County Library Director, Skye Patrick. “We know families depend on lunch and snack programs to provide free, nutritious food for their children when they are away from school. We are excited to partner with the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank to provide this essential service.”
Lunch at the Library is a partnership between LA County Library and the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank and is supported by the California Summer Meal Coalition and California Library Association. This program is supported by a grant from the California State Library.
For more information and the schedule, visit LACountyLibrary.org/