The Brookings Institution found an increase in child hunger during the coronavirus pandemic
Maryland families who are impacted by the loss of free or reduced-price school meals during the mandated school closure are getting additional funds for food purchases
In Washington DC, schools continue to provide meals for students during coronavirus pandemic closures
In county where every child qualifies for free school meals, a superintendent embarks on a project – driving 6,000 meals a day
Starbucks Foundation and Feeding America have teamed up with food banks to help fill the summer meal gap with mobile food pantries.
Teens for Food Justice, a 6-year-old nonprofit organization has worked with community partners to train students at Brownsville Collaborative and two other schools in low-income neighborhoods in New York City to become savvy urban farmers and consumers.
In Madison County, Kentucky, there are several summer feeding programs ready to lend a helping hand — the Madison County Schools’ Summer Food Service Program and Berea Kids Eat by Grow Appalachia and Berea College – to young people experiencing hunger.
In Lubbock, Texas, the Frenship school district has teamed up with partners to provide food to children throughout the summer.
In Florida, several employees with the Manatee County School District are making sure every child gets fed, even when school is out for spring break.
Schools around the country are making plans to continue feeding students if government reimbursements don’t arrive