Make Summer the Season to End Hunger
We’re LIVE here at the St. Louis Area Foodbank with a behind the scenes tour and interviews from staff & volunteers helping children in St Louis. Learn how you can get involved this summer: feeding.am/hungrytohelpPosted by Feeding America on Thursday, June 22, 2017
Feeding America designed the Hungry to Help Project to bring families and communities together this summer to end hunger. We've got tons of great stuff to share, including a good-ole-fashioned ice cream truck that's touring the country to spread the word about child hunger. You and your family can get involved and put your goodwill to work... Join us and make summer the season to end hunger!
By encouraging empathy at home, you can inspire and empower your kids to take action. The Hungry to Help Family Action Plan can help you get started. The action plan includes:
By encouraging empathy at home, you can inspire and empower your kids to take action. Enter your email to receive the Hungry to Help Family Action Plan, which includes conversation starters on the topic of hunger, hands-on community action ideas, children activity sheets, and more.
22 million children receive free or reduced-price meals through the National School Lunch Program, but when schools close, only 4 million children receive meals through the USDA Summer Food Service Program. That means a long, hot, hungry summer for too many children. Find out more about child hunger.
Too many children find themselves without enough to eat during the summer season. Learn more about the effects of child hunger.
Lending time at your local food bank is one way you can help your neighbors struggling with hunger. Find a food bank near you to learn about volunteer opportunities. And if you don't have time to give, a simple donation is a great way to help. For every $1 donated, the Feeding America network provides 11 meals to people facing hunger.
Lending time at your local food bank is one way you can help your neighbors struggling with hunger.
Start your own fundraiser by planning a gathering for your friends, family, or neighborhood that allows your community to give back. Birthdays, dinner parties, marathons are all great opportunities to encourage participation in the causes you care most about.
Start your own fundraiser by planning a gathering for your friends, family, or neighborhood that allows your community to give back.