Thousands of packed lunches are being given out for free in Plymouth this summer.
The food is being distributed as part of a scheme to stop children from going hungry in the school holidays.
Staff from the not-for-profit organisation that provides school meals in the city have volunteered their own time for the scheme.
Meals will be provided for children who normally get free school dinners.
This is the third consecutive year that CATERed have run the 'Big Summer Food Tour' initiative.
Ingredients for the lunches are provided free of charge by local and regional suppliers.
Organisers say the holidays can be an especially tough time for some parents.
Dates when volunteers will be distributing lunches can be found here.