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Grab & Go Lunches

★ Summary

Any student or child 18 years or younger can pick up complimentary breakfast and lunch Grab & Go meals. 

UPDATE STARTING Jan 4: Grab & Go Meals - Student Meal Pick Up

Free Breakfast and Lunch For All Children Age 2 to 18 Years Old.

Meals Now Being Served. (visit
Locations and Details on Flyer | español | 中文 (pdf) 




Lunch INFO

PLEASE REMEMBER: Fremont Executive Order (EO 2020-03) Requiring the Public Use of Face Coverings to Protect Essential Workers and Consumers 

Food Heating:
Please note that certain entrees are frozen and will need to be heated before eating, items can be safely heated either in the microwave or conventional oven:

  • Heat on high until internal temperature reaches 165 degrees.

Conventional oven:

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Place item on an oven-safe baking sheet and bake for approximately 30 minutes, if frozen. If item is thawed, bake for approximately 15 minutes or until the internal temperature reaches 165 degrees.
Recommended Shelf Life of Breakfast & Lunch Items
ITEM: Shelf Life: Thawed at Ambient Temperature Shelf Life: Refrigerated
Bar, Benefit Oat/Choc 1 week 6 weeks
Bread, Sliced Banana 5 days 10 days
Cinnamon Bun 5 days Do not Refrigerate
Concha Bread 5 days Do not Refrigerate
Muffin, Banana Keep Refrigerated 21 days
Ultimate Breakfast Round, Chocolate Oatmeal 14 days 30 days


Thank you to FUSD staff and volunteers for their assistance in preparing and distributing the meals in support of our community! Please leave a message with FUSD's Child Nutrition Department at 510-659-2587 with any questions.


More: Food Resources | Basic Needs - Financial, Shelter, Medical Assistance & Other

Dear FUSD Community,

Wednesday August 12th was the last day of the Fremont Unified School Districts Free Summer Meal Program. During the last 20 weeks over 250,000 student meals were served at five school sites in the city of Fremont. FUSD will begin serving student meals again the first day of school on August 26th, please visit for meal locations and times. Please reach out to our community partners to participate in their food programs and other services:

Alameda County Community Food Bank -

Need food today? Call Alameda County Community Food Bank Helpline at: 1-800-870-FOOD (3663) or 1-510-635-3663 (hours of operation: Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.), or visit The Helpline will connect you to a source for groceries or a hot meal the same day you call. They assist callers in multiple languages. If you leave a message, they will call you back and connect you to a nearby food provider the same day you call.

  • CalFresh Application Assistance: Alameda County Community Food Bank is happy to help you with your CalFresh application. CalFresh is a nutrition program that helps you feed your family healthy meals every day. With their help, you can have a better chance of being approved.
  • Do I qualify? Use CalFresh Prescreen to see if you or someone you may be eligible for the CalFresh Program:

Tri City Volunteers -
Drive-Thru Grab and Go Bag of Food Monday-Thursday 9:30am to 2:30pm, for anyone in need.
Address: 37350 Joseph St, Fremont, CA 94536
*Face covering required

Tri City Volunteers, Alameda County Community Food Bank, Wells Fargo
Fridays until August 28th, 9:30am to 2:30pm (or until no food is left).
3440 Walnut Avenue Fremont, CA 94538, Enter on Sundale Drive (off Fremont Blvd).
Open to all (drive through only, no walk ups).

Organizations Offering Other Services:

Fremont Youth & Family Services - free virtual parent support groups (dealing with stress, strategies, communication)

Abode Services - 510.657.7409 (Housing)

Compassion Network - 510.796.7378 (Food and Other Services)

Fremont Family Resource Center - 510.574.2000 (Social Services)

League of Volunteers - 510.793.5683 (Food and Other Services)

Safe Alternative to Violent Environments - 510.794.6055

SparkPoint - 510.574.2020 (Financial Services)

Tri-City Health Center - 510.770.8040 (Health Services)

211 - 2.1.1 (Resources)