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.

Wednesday, Sep 19 2012
This week, Feeding America and Share Our Strength's No Kid Hungry campaign co-hosted a Capitol Hill briefing on the impact of childhood hunger on health and education.
Thursday, Aug 16 2012
Meet Briana who like the nutritious food that she gets from the Kids Cafe she visits in Boston.
Tags: Child Hunger
Friday, Aug 3 2012
The Child Hunger Corps is a national service program designed to increase the capacity of food banks working to alleviate childhood hunger.
Monday, Jul 30 2012
School pantries are distribution centers located on school ground, stocked by Feeding America network food banks and agencies, for low-income families.
Thursday, Jul 26 2012
Miss California International, Dedria Brunett stopped by our office to talk about her experience growing up with food insecurity.
Tags: Child Hunger
Thursday, Jun 21 2012
Food insecurity is a public health epidemic that affects 49 million Americans and is particularly prevalent in our most vulnerable communities.
Tags: Child Hunger
Tuesday, Jun 12 2012
There is not a single community in the United States that is free of child hunger. Hunger continues to exist in every county and every congressional district.
Friday, Jun 8 2012
Kids that rely on free or reduced priced school lunches often spend their summer worrying about where they will get their next meal.
Tags: Child Hunger
Tuesday, Jun 5 2012
Here is an introduction video to get acquainted with the numbers. Please visit to learn more. Then let's figure out the next steps together.
Tags: Child Hunger
Tuesday, Apr 3 2012
Ten days is a long time to go without normally scheduled meals, especially for the most vulnerable, chronically hungry students who may have very little to nothing to eat
Tags: Child Hunger
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