Kids Cafe

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About Kids Cafe

Kids Cafe, a program of Feeding America, prepares, delivers, and serves healthy weekday meals to at-risk students and some vulnerable senior adults. Kids Cafe provides an early dinner each weekday, so children don’t have to go home hungry. 

Kids Cafe confronts childhood hunger by providing nutritious, balanced meals that meet USDA guidelines. These meals are prepared and delivered using the highest quality and safety standards. Meals are provided without charge and are the same for all children, regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. 

Kids Cafe also provides weekday meals for at-risk senior adults who need consistent daily nutrition and fellowship  at handful of apartment complexes.

2024 Day Care Menu

2024 After School Menu


October 1, 2023

Dear Parent or Guardian:

This letter serves as a notice and reminder that meals provided to the after school programs mentioned below are always free to students enrolled in the after school programs. Meals are provided at no cost to the partner sites. High Plains Food Bank Kids Cafe program does not sell food or food related products to the after school partners. The meal service operates from October to September yearly.

If your student is enrolled in any of the following after school programs listed below, they are also enrolled in the CACFP, a USDA program which High Plains Food Bank Kids Cafe receives federal assistance dollars for serving nutritious meals. The amount of money our agency receives from this program is based on the income levels of our communities. The funding reimbursed covers the cost of food that is provided to your student. Our generous donors and supporters provide additional funding for things like transport, kitchen equipment, operational costs, etc.

To continue providing a quality meal service without any charges, we are required to collect some data at the after school site like attendance, racial/ethnic data, etc. We collect this data directly from the after school program. The data is only shared with the Texas Department of Agriculture and USDA.

Please feel free to contact Maribel Sotelo, Director of Kids Cafe via email or phone 806-350-1436 with any questions, comments, concerns, or complaints.

In accordance with federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights

regulations and policies, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race,

color, national origin, sex (including gender identity and sexual orientation), religious creed,

disability, age, political beliefs, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity.

2024 Meal Sites for Students

Amarillo College (FirstBank Southwest Center – Contact the Coaches)

Bivins Elementary After School (3:30pm)

Boys & Girls Club After School (4:00pm)

Caprock High School Gym (Contact the Coaches before 7am Mon-Thur)

Eastridge Mission Center (3:30pm)

Gilliland Community Kitchen
2199 SE 8th Ave.
9am – 3:30pm

Glenwood Elementary After School (3:30pm)

Glenwood Apartments After School (3:30pm contact Apartment Office)

Humphreys Elementary School (Contact the Coaches before 7am Mon-Fri)

Hamlet Elementary School (3:30pm)

Palo Duro High School (Contact the Coaches before 7am Mon-Fri)

Rolling Hills Elementary (3:30pm)

San Jacinto Elementary School (3:30pm)

Stone Canyon Apartments After School
Contact the Good Neighbor Apartments Program for Days & Times

Cathy’s Pointe Apartments After School
Contact the Good Neighbor Apartments Program for Days & Times

Town Park Apartments After School
Contact the Good Neighbor Apartments Program for Days & Times

Food for Older Adults

Gilliland Community Kitchen
2199 SE 8th Ave. (9am – 3:30pm)

Marabella Apartments
Contact Main Apartment Office for More Information

Mariposa Apartments on Jason Ave.
Contact Main Apartment Office for More Information

Heal the City Clinic
Contact Heal the City for Dates and Times

Kids Cafe Information

Fine Print:
Program sites were chosen based on Texas Department of Agriculture eligibility requirements, which designate eligible areas as those served by schools in which 50% or more of the students are eligible for free or reduced-price meals.

There are no enrollment requirements for the program. The facility hosting the program must provide educational or enrichment activities, be open to all children, and not limit participation or membership based on the child’s ability. High Plains Food Bank accepts registrations throughout the year from groups interested in becoming an After-School Meal Program site. (Meal Sites are subject to change.)

Please click here for a Child and Adult Care Food Program Site Application. 

This link contains the Permanent Agreement Between Sponsoring Organization and Child Care Facility. 


put food on the table for a family in need $1 = 13 MEALS

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