Marana Cares Mobile
Healthy Kids. Strong Minds.
Marana Cares Mobile Mobile Meals and Services Traveling to Children
SCHOOL CLOSURE SERVICE: Grab a FREE lunch and receive a FREE breakfast meal for the following morning, Monday - Friday through school closure at select locations/times. Learn more about Grab & Go.
Marana Cares Mobile offers FREE nutritious and delicious meals in an air-conditioned mobile facility with interior and exterior serving areas. Nutrition and health are critical to a child's ability to learn and be successful. Marana Cares Mobile meets these critical needs during school breaks and summer months so students are better prepared to return to school ready to learn.
Handicap accessible, the mobile unit offers a fun dining experience, with Wi-fi, Chromebooks and literacy encouragement, for children. These services are brought to our community through private donations, corporate sponsorship, and charitable foundations.
Marana Cares Mobile travels to residential areas with a high density of children who traditionally receive meal benefits during the school year.
Watch for Marana Cares Mobile during school breaks and summer months. FREE meals are available to ALL children. Days, times and locations will be posted on this page, or follow #MCM on the Marana Cares Mobile Facebook page for updates and daily menus.
Marana Cares Mobile is made possible through private donation, corporate sponsorship, charitable foundations, and the *USDA Summer Food Service Program. *Summer months only.
To learn about donations/corporate sponsorship, please contact 520-682-4756.
During holiday/break times of service, Marana Cares Mobile menus are available on MyLunchtray.
Upcoming Dates, Times & Locations:
Monday - Friday
through School Closure
11:00 - 12:00 pm
SE corner of Sandario Rd. and Anthony Rd.
Next to the Marana Congregation of Jehovah’s Witness Church
12:30 - 1:30pm
16560 W. El Tiro Rd.
(El Tiro Rd. & Anway Rd)
At the Marana Domestic Water Improvement District
"Nutrition and health are critical to a child's ability to learn."
Dr. Doug Wilson, Superintendent