WAYNESBORO, Va. (WVIR) - While school is out for the summer, kids in Waynesboro can enjoy free breakfast and lunch.

The Summer Meals Program at Waynesboro City Schools is in its second year.

The program currently feeds about 65 kids that are part of YMCA camp and summer school, but the program is open to all children ages two to 18.

Meals are free and there's no application or income requirements to qualify, kids are welcome to just come and eat.

"There are kids in our community who need food,” Laura Bon Cash, the secretary of Waynesboro School Nutrition, said. “They need some interaction with other kids and this program is all about feeding kids and giving them some time to have fun together in a safe environment."

Staunton City Schools also participates in the Summer Meals Program.

For details, text “FOOD” to 877-877.