Fall 2020 MEAL SERVICE
SPPS will continue to provide free meals to students while they are in distance learning starting Tuesday, September 8. Meal boxes will continue to be delivered to homes as they were this summer. Free meals are available for any Saint Paul children 18 and under, and those with a disability enrolled in a school program.
Weekly curbside pickup will also be available at select sites.
If you have not already done so, please fill out your Application for Educational Benefits that was mailed to homes earlier this month.
Saint Paul Public Schools is offering weekly home meal delivery to SPPS families. If you would like to receive home delivery for your SPPS student, you can register online.
If you are requesting changes to your delivery or want to update your contact information, please fill out this form.
Some large apartment complexes have designated pickup locations for meal deliveries. Visit the apartment deliveries page for a full schedule based on your building address.
If you do not want home delivery, meals can be picked up on the following schedule. Please remember to practice social distancing (stay at least 6 feet away from other people) and wear a mask when picking up meals.
COMMUNITY FOOD RESOURCES
The City of Saint Paul is partnering with Youthprise, Arts-Us, and the Sanneh Foundation to provide free meal service to Saint Paul families in need. Families with a minor child in the home can pick up one meal bag per child per week. Each meal bag contains seven dinners and seven snacks.
YMCA locations in downtown St. Paul, Midway, Eastside, Inver Grove Heights and Maplewood have free family meals and lunch bags Monday through Friday, noon-1 p.m. while supplies last.
The West 7th and Eastside locations have free meal boxes Monday-Friday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Grab-and-go meals are served Monday-Friday from 1-4 p.m.
Enter your zip code and find food resources near you.
Call 888-711-1151 for assistance, Monday-Friday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.