Meal Delivery Funds for Schools

For businesses in:

South Florida and beyond

Provided by:


Ideal for:


Up to $3,000 grants for schools to purchase supplies for meal distribution and delivery.

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  • One-time grant of up to $3,000 per school.
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The person completing the application must be one of the following:

  • School Principal
  • School Nutrition Manager
  • District School Nutrition Director
  • District Superintendent

School eligibility:

  • School must be located in the United States.
  • School must participate in the National School Lunch Program.
  • School must include at least one of the grades K-12.
  • School must be located in a recognized “brick and mortar” school building.
  • Each school may apply for a maximum of $3,000 in funding per school building.
  • Each school may only submit one application.
  • Each application is for a single school to apply. If multiple schools from a school district would like to apply, a separate application is required for each school.

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To support schools, GENYOUth established the COVID-19 Emergency School Nutrition Fund to provide grants for schools to purchase supplies for meal distribution and delivery. This program will provide schools with grants of up to $3,000 per school to supply much-needed resources to ensure children continue to receive the nutritious meals they need.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. The applicant, principal and school nutrition manager will be notified of the decision on your application via email from

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  • Your school’s ZIP code.
  • Your school principal’s name and email address.
  • Your school nutrition professional’s name and email address.
  • Approximate total number of meals served at your location per day (or the location you are supporting).
  • How your school wants to receive funding, if approved. Options are via check or an electronic transfer of the funding.
  • If opting to receive a check, who the check should be made out to, and the mailing address.
  • School District’s Federal Employer Identification Number. Note: This is a 9-digit number in the following format XX- XXXXXXX; also called the Tax ID Number or the Federal EIN. It is NOT the same as a tax-exempt number or State EIN. Your district’s business office or the school’s front office should be able to provide the FEDERAL EIN.