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News from No Kid Hungry

December 10, 2015

There’s a comprehensive new report out from the White House Council of Economic Advisors that takes a look at the long-term effects that SNAP (also known as food stamps) has for kids.

November 19, 2015

It's been a few weeks since we last shared our weekly round-up of news about kids, hunger and poverty, so we've got some great stuff for you today; lots of big news from smart people that further prove that permanently ending childhood hunger in this country is well within our reach. 

From our Blog

  •   We are planning to have an open house for our Browning Community Green house. The open house is set to take place on February 16th from 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM. This month our focus is middle school students and their families. We are planning to clean up the green house and plant some starter seeds. I am...
    February 1, 2016
  • Friday, January 29 was the snowy day of the Winter Warm Up in Kalispell. I, as No Kid Hungry, decided to host a “kid friendly” service booth at the event. I recruited help from our Troy member to offer more than one perspective and a greater variety of information. Even though it may not seem...
    February 1, 2016
  •   I anxiously stood waiting for the bell to ring in the cafeteria of Troy Jr/Sr High School, also known as Helen’s Cafe. Upon hearing the bell, a rush of high school students came swarming in. Each student picked out a lunch and keyed in their number to track their lunch only to see me standing...
    January 29, 2016
  •   When I arrived at East Middle School, I could smell the minestrone soup, freshly made that morning. It looked delicious! Since fewer students eat on soup days than, say, pizza or burger days, minestrone was the perfect item for a taste test. It would be on the menu Friday, and I hoped that by sampling...
    January 29, 2016
  •   2015-2016 is an exciting school year for Great Falls Public Schools. This fall, 4 elementary schools were “flipped”, meaning they began serving Breakfast in the Classroom (BIC) instead of traditional breakfast, which is served in the cafeteria before school. I was eager to start working...
    January 8, 2016

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