Multi-Service Center to provide free summer meals to kids

Meal pick up begins Monday, June 22 at various sites in Federal Way.

The Multi-Service Center is providing free meals to kids this summer.

At various sites in Federal Way and neighboring cities, the MSC will give meals to children ages 18 years and younger through the United Way of King County’s Summer Meals Program beginning Monday, June 22.

For more information, visit mschelps.org.

Lunch pick-up locations and dates are as follows:

Multi Service Center Foodbank, 1200 South 336th Street:

June 22 – Aug. 17 (Monday/Wednesday/Friday) from noon to 2 p.m.

*Closed Friday, July 3

Site Supervisor: Kate Ridings-Hotz

Contact: 253-838-6810

Multi Service Center Shelter, 23960 35th Place South in Kent:

June 22 – Aug. 17 (Monday through Friday) from noon to 1 p.m.

*Closed Friday, July 3

Site Supervisor: Kate Ridings-Hotz

Contact: 253-838-6810

La Madera Apartments, 28620 Pacific Highway South:

June 22 – Aug. 17 (Monday through Friday) from 2-3 p.m.

*Closed Friday, July 3

Site Supervisor: Kate Ridings-Hotz

Contact: 253-838-6810

Kings Court Apartments, 2217 South 333rd Street:

June 22 – Aug. 17 (Monday through Friday) from noon to 1 p.m.

*Closed Friday, July 3

Site Supervisor: Kate Ridings-Hotz

Contact: 253-838-6810


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