Meal Quality



We've partnered with The Family Dinner Project (TFDP) to bring more families together around the table. 

Trained in the planning and facilitation of TFDP events, Montana No Kid Hungry staff can help support your community in hosting its own community dinner that brings families together and provides valuable tools to make dinners happen at home. 

Check out The Family Dinner Project to learn more about why eating together is so important, and how the program works. 



Through the Cooking Matters initiative led by Share Our Strength, there are endless resources available to help families learn how to select nutritious and low-cost ingredients and prepare them in ways that provide the best nourishment possible. We think that the following links are good places to start exploring! 

Why Cooking Matters
Megan's Story

In partnership with Share Our Strength, Montana No Kid Hungry facilitates interactive Cooking Matters at the Store tours to teach low-income families four key food shopping skills: buying fruits and vegetables on a limited budget, identifying whole grains, comparing unit prices and reading food labels. The 60 to 90 minute tour is led by skilled facilitators with varied backgrounds: culinary professionals, health professionals, WIC coordinators, Head Start staff and teachers, etc.