The Afterschool Nutrition Programs offered an important opportunity to combat hunger during the 2020–2021 school year as communities and families continued to feel the educational, health, and economic impacts of COVID-19. With the pandemic disrupting afterschool programming for millions of students, schools and sponsors had to pivot and adjust their meal service operations to provide the suppers and snacks that families rely on. These efforts were complicated by the fact that many afterschool programs — the foundation for meals to be served — were forced to reduce their capacity, switch to virtual programming, or shutter completely.