Thank You For Making A Difference
This hunger crisis is far from over, but you’ve made a difference and we are so grateful.
Here are just some of the many ways generous people like you have come to the aid of stricken families and children since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic:
The Food Bank For New York City is using No Kid Hungry grant funding that you helped make possible to serve approximately 35,000 free meals to 4,000 hungry children and their families.
West Side Center for Community Life in New York City is using No Kid Hungry emergency funds to purchase healthier, shelf-stable products in order to be a reliable resource of healthy food for families and children in need. They expect to serve 7,050 meals a day.
In hard-hit New York City, No Kid Hungry made a grant to City Harvest, the city’s largest food rescue organization. Their trucks will stay on the road, rescuing food and delivering it free of charge to soup kitchens, food pantries, mobile markets and other community food to serve some 183,000 meals a day.
No Kid Hungry is providing grants to the Bledsoe County Board of Education so they can continue to provide breakfast and lunch to kids in need in Pikeville seven days a week.
The Cocke County School District in rural Newport is using No Kid Hungry funding to expand their meals service to delivery in order to feed kids who can't reach meals sites.
With support from No Kid Hungry, the Shoreline School District in King County is providing meals for students at nine distribution centers, ensuring kids stay nourished during school closures.
With the help of No Kid Hungry, the rural Snohomish School District will continue to serve children breakfast and lunch five days a week using bus routes as well as school and community pick-up locations.
A No Kid Hungry grant to the West Contra Costa Unified School District will help provide up to 28,000 meals each day to hungry kids.
The Parlier Unified School District is using No Kid Hungry funds to purchase coolers that will keep some 4,000 meals a day safe during curbside pick-up.
Read more about our impact in Oakland and Coachella.
A grant from No Kid Hungry is allowing Richardson Independent School District to serve grab and go meals at 14 schools and deliver meals to 10 apartment complexes that are too far from a meal site for students to walk.
The Midlothian Independent School District will use a No Kid Hungry grant to acquire the equipment needed to serve an estimated 2,000 meals a day to kids during the crisis.
When Texas schools closed for the coronavirus, Magnolia ISD near Houston used an emergency grant to start a curbside meals program that provides bagged breakfast and lunch for kids.
Read more about our impact in Laredo and San Antonio.
No Kid Hungry is helping Central Florida's Orange County Public Schools operate 55 feeding sites throughout the county to provide an estimated 38,500 meals each day for hungry kids.
Thanks to No Kid Hungry support, Hamilton County School District in Jasper will deliver some 1,700 meals a day to kids in need who aren't able to reach meal pick-up sites.
Read more about our impact in Florida.
In Lansdale, No Kid Hungry is helping the North Penn School District to offer drive-thru and curbside pick-up for families, providing kids with breakfast and lunch six days a week.
The Lehighton Area School District is using No Kid Hungry funds to provide more children with backpacks full of food and launch a drive-thru food service option, where kids can receive breakfast and lunch for free.