Food Distribution Information

Remote Learner Meal Distribution information through June

On Friday, October 9, the USDA announced that they would be extending the Summer Food Service Program’s free meals for all students at all schools through June 30, 2021. The SFSP is a continuation of the operating rules in place during the spring/summer school closure from March-August 2020.

  • All complete meals (breakfast and lunch) will be served at NO COST to children 18 and under (or up through age 26 for individuals with special needs).  
  • What comes with lunch?  Lunches include protein (meat/meat alternatives), whole grains, fruit, vegetable, and milk.  Students can select 3, 4, or all 5 items.  The meal must contain a fruit or vegetable to qualify as a complete meal.   Students will still be charged for any other purchases such as milk only, bottled water/juices, additional entrees, etc. 
  • Families do NOT have to fill out additional paperwork to receive meals for free.  Free/Reduced Meal Applications will still be collected for the purposes of Math/Reading Title I programs, as well as for discounts on athletic fees, testing fees, college application fees, etc.   You can apply for meals at
  • For our remote learners, the Remote Meal pickup dates, times, and procedures will remain the same, but all meals will be free. Remote-Learner families will continue to receive a weekly email for ordering. 

Visit our website at for menus and more!  If you have additional questions, you can email Food Service at [email protected] or call (616) 457-2400.

Emergency Food Distribution Locations

  • Hudsonville
    • Grace Community Church - 3500 New Holland St.
      • Tuesday & Thursday, 4 pm. - 7 p.m.
  • Grandville
    • Fellowship CRC - 4375 Ivanrest Ave. SW
      • Monday & Thursday, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
      • Tuesday, 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
  • Jenison
    • Sunrise Ministries, 7754 28th Ave.
      • Monday & Wednesday, 4 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Ottawa Food is a collaboration of over 45 agencies and individuals working to ensure that community members have access to healthy, local and affordable food. Our members come from a variety of sectors, including public health, food pantries, human service organizations, farmers, local businesses, community members, and more.  

Find the next local food pantry or community meal in Ottawa County or search within 10 miles of your location.

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