Fun Safe Philly Summer program guide
Posted by City of Philadelphia on June 16, 2014
Fun Safe Philly Summer campaign begins
Fun Safe Philly Summer is a collaborative project across city agencies, departments and external partners.
The Mayor’s Office and the City of Philadelphia have identified more than 15,000 structured summer program spots for youth, including up to 8,000 slots at 140 Department of Parks and Recreation sites. Paired with structured programming, the City is also promoting participation in drop-in activities at recreation centers, public libraries, pools, KEYSPOT computer centers and more.
The Fun Safe Philly Summer campaign also encourages enrollment in the Free Summer Meals Program, a federally funded program that serves free meals and snacks to kids and teens age 18 and under. One thousand places in Philadelphia will be distribution sites including recreation centers, churches, schools, public housing complexes and community organizations.
Find information about how to enroll children and young adults in programs this summer where they can learn, explore and discover more about the world around them all summer long.
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