Feed

Our feeding programs reach those who are most vulnerable in our community, especially kids who may go hungry after school.

Identifying the Causes of Food Insecurity

Some children in rural and urban communities go hungry because of poverty or lack of access to basic resources.

Because our team members are a part of the communities we serve, we’re able to identify the causes of food insecurity and help fill the hunger gaps for thousands of children. 

We also partner with government organizations, individuals, and corporations to make it happen. 

Child and Adult Care Food Program

Through a partnership with the United States Department of Agriculture, we provide meals to students in rural areas at the end of each school day. Each meal includes servings of:

  • Fruits
  • Vegetables
  • Whole Grains
  • Milk
  • Meat/meat alternate

Emergency Relief Efforts

Through the USDA emergency relief efforts in 2020, we served more than 3 million meals during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Over 10 million meals served

Since we started serving food to children ages 18 and under in 2016, we have now served over 10 million meals to kids in need.

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AFTERSCHOOL FEEDING PROGRAM

Through partnerships with public schools in rural and urban areas, we provide supplemental nutrition for kids who may go hungry after school. Whether it’s fueling student-athletes before practice or serving meals to afterschool club participants, our school feeding programs provide kids with the nutrition they may be lacking.

Identifying the Causes of Food Insecurity

Some children in rural and urban communities go hungry because of poverty or lack of access to basic resources.

Because our team members are a part of the communities we serve, we’re able to identify the causes of food insecurity and help fill the hunger gaps for thousands of children. 

We also partner with government organizations, individuals, and corporations to make it happen. 

Child and Adult Care Food Program

Through a partnership with the United States Department of Agriculture, we provide meals to students in rural areas at the end of each school day. Each meal includes servings of:

  • Fruits
  • Vegetables
  • Whole Grains
  • Milk
  • Meat/meat alternate

Emergency Relief Efforts

Through the USDA emergency relief efforts in 2020, we served more than 3 million meals during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Over 10 million meals served

Since we started serving food to children ages 18 and under in 2016, we have now served over 10 million meals to kids in need.

Afterschool feeding program

Through partnerships with public schools in rural and urban areas, we provide supplemental nutrition for kids who may go hungry after school. Whether it’s fueling student-athletes before practice or serving meals to afterschool club participants, our school feeding programs provide kids with the nutrition they may be lacking.