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News from No Kid Hungry

April 25, 2016

We have some big news to share. One million more kids in America are eating school breakfast thanks to you.

April 8, 2016

In every community across the United States, children are struggling with hunger. Their lives and futures are at risk. But you can join the team that's working to end childhood hunger.

The No Kid Hungry team is diverse, mission-driven and passionate about improving the lives of children, and we're looking for people from a wide range of professional backgrounds to join us.

Our featured positions this month are:

March 7, 2016

In every community across the United States, children are struggling with hunger. Their lives and futures are at risk. But you can join the team that's working to end childhood hunger.

The No Kid Hungry team is diverse, mission-driven and passionate about improving the lives of children, and we're looking for people from a wide range of professional backgrounds to join us.

Our featured positions this month are:

From our Blog

  • Sade' Johnson Last summer, summer sponsors in the Billings/Lockwood area provided a record number of 77,413 meals, which was an eleven percent increase from the previous year. Although it was a record breaking summer, many students still fell through the cracks. One of the largest barriers continues to...
    April 21, 2016
  •   Jerrica Lunak Childhood hunger is a big issue on Indian Reservations. According to a Blackfeet diabetes survey, 1 in 4 children struggle with hunger on the Blackfeet reservation. We are proud to promote our breakfast, afterschool and summer meal programs to help battle the issue of child hood hunger....
    April 20, 2016
  •   Jessica Ferretti It’s no surprise that more kids eat breakfast when it’s free. Kalispell Middle School celebrated School Breakfast Week from March 14-18. Even though some of the elementary schools in the area serve free meals to all students, the middle school does not have that luxury. We...
    April 20, 2016
  • Johanna Monson Geerts I took a deep breath and prepared to walk into the cafeteria filled with kindergarteners and first graders. I was dressed in a big, red strawberry outfit, complete with a green, leaf-shaped hat strapped to the top of my head. As soon as I entered, the kids went crazy, pointing and...
    April 20, 2016
  •   Rikki Luebke The Libby School District offers a traditional breakfast, meaning breakfast is served before the bell. Participation is low, which may be due, in part, to students being inadvertently forced to choose between eating breakfast and playing outside with their friends.  Additionally,...
    April 20, 2016

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