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Kids Eat FREE

Our Kids Eat FREE summer program offers nutritious meals to children on free or reduced-priced meals during the school year, ensuring their access to healthy food throughout the summer.

Through the dedication efforts of church and volunteer partners, we deliver weekly meals consisting of a mix of pantry items and fresh foods directly to students’ homes.

Additionally, we provide healthy food options to support them during the weekend and activity packs.

Back-to-School

Our Back to School program provides support for children as they prepare to return to school. We help ensure that they have the necessary tools for academic success by providing them with backpacks filled with school supplies and new clothing. 

By partnering with Old Navy, a store where their more privileged peers often shop, we create an inclusive and empowering experience for these children, regardless of their socioeconomic background, can start the school year feeling confident and ready to succeed.

Christmas Cheer

The Christmas Cheer program brings joy and holiday spirit to children, ensuring that no child or teen wakes up on Christmas morning without presents under the tree. We provide Christmas gifts to these children, allowing them to experience the excitement and wonder of the holiday season. 

Additionally, we offer gift wrap, bows, batteries, and tape, empowering parents to personally wrap the gifts for their children. By providing these resources, we aim to create a meaningful and dignified experience for families, fostering a sense of togetherness and holiday cheer.

Thanksgiving & Christmas Food programs

The programs offers holiday favorites like turkey, ham, and dressing, along with an ample supply of food to support clients during these special occasions. The programs serve to alleviate the financial strain on families and senior with limited resources, ensuring they can enjoy these holidays without the worry of purchasing these items.

  1. Reside in our service area: Argyle ISD, Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD (Denton County portion), Coppell ISD, Frisco ISD, Lake Dallas ISD, Lewisville, ISD, Little Elm ISD, Northwest ISD
2. Meet our income requirements:
3. Provide required documentation:

HOW YOU CAN HELP

CCA’s Seasonal Programs are made possible thanks to the financial support of churches, businesses,  churches, foundations, and individuals. Email us for more information on how to sponsor our seasonal programs.

“CCA helped us keep a roof over our four young children’s heads. You helped us when we couldn’t help ourselves.
For that, we will forever be grateful.”
— DARLENE

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