Insights on solutions and contributors to hunger, and the lives of Americans in need from Feeding America and network food bank staff and guest contributors.

Rainbow Library Program
Monday, Aug 3 2015
Rainbow Library has two very sweet volunteers hold down the fort and serve summer meals outside of the library Monday - Friday in addition to BackPacks on Fridays.
Friday, Jul 31 2015
The Summer Feeding program of All Faiths Food Bank isn’t just one initiative. It is a combination of multiple diverse tactics with one goal in mind: get more healthy food to children in need.
 	Creating Community through Summer Feeding in North Carolina
Monday, Jul 13 2015
"I quickly learned that Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina is truly a community food bank."
The Patricia Elmore Center Recreation Complex hosts a summer food service program which serves nutritious lunches, prepared daily during the week, to children in need from their local community.
Friday, Jul 10 2015
Summer food service programs for children are no easy task, especially when you have a large number of sites in rural locations like Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana does.
Recipients of a meal box. Families rely on this help to get them through the month.
Wednesday, Jul 8 2015
Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana’s Summer Meals for Kids program currently operates in nine counties and serves an estimated 490 kids a day.
Apple Picking
Tuesday, Jul 7 2015
The Healthy Cities initiative, launched by Morgan Stanley in 2014, is a good fit for our FoodBank’s to reinforce the link between good food and good health.
Kids enjoying snacks provided by the food bank
Saturday, Jun 27 2015
When school is out for the summer where can kids get meals they normally get during the year?
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Friday, Jun 26 2015
For the past couple of summers, God’s Pantry Food Bank in Lexington, KY has hosted an event to kick off the beginning of summer feeding programs for children.
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Wednesday, Jun 24 2015
Child Nutrition Reauthorization (CNR) is our best opportunity to support and strengthen child programs such as School Meals, WIC, Summer Food (SFSP), and the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).
During the school year, over 21 million children receive free and reduced-price breakfast and lunch each day through the USDA’s National School Lunch Program. But, when school is out, many children who rely on these meals go hungry.
Tuesday, Jun 23 2015
When school is out, many children who rely on these meals go hungry.
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