This report studies the methods used through the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP).  The Meal Delivery demonstration project was implemented in Delaware, Massachusetts, and New York in 2011 and is operating again in 2012. It offers food delivery to the homes or drop-off sites near homes of eligible children in rural areas. Only children identified by school districts as eligible for free or reduced price school meals can participate. The Backpack demonstration project was implemented in 2011 and is being implemented again in 2012. It provides weekend and holiday meals to children who are already participating in the SFSP. This project is being implemented in Arizona, Kansas, and Ohio. Children age 18 and younger, normally eligible to receive meals at SFSP sites, are eligible to receive meals under the Backpack demonstration project. Although sponsors of both the Meal Delivery and Backpack demonstrations are expected to participate in the SFSP, the meals provided to children participating in these demonstrations are consumed offsite and not at SFSP feeding sites.  The report evaluates 1) The impact of each SFSP enhancement demonstration model on participation and meal Service; 2) The food security status among recipients of home delivered meals and backpacks; 3) The targeting accuracy in the Meal Delivery and Backpack demonstrations; 4) The process of project implementation in each SFSP enhancement demonstration; and 5) The total and component specific costs of implementing and operating SFSP demonstrations.