What happens to the children who receive daily school meals when they go home for the weekend?

Kids who receive meals during the week at school also need to eat on Saturday and Sunday.

Donate today and you can make a meaningful difference by helping us discreetly tuck a weekend’s worth of food into backpacks on Fridays.

Just a few dollars donated feeds one child over a weekend. For your $25 donation, you create food security for one child for a month. With a $100 donation, you can sponsor a student for a full semester’s worth of weekend food. Just $250 sponsors a student for the whole school year.

We are currently supporting more than 450 children – but our waiting list is even longer.

Our Mission
Hours of Service
Weekend Bags Distributed


Think Big. Act Bigger.

Stories, Updates, News and Happenings

Read Our Blog Stories

3 days ago

Baltimore Hunger Project

A must watch...Monday April 22 10pm on PBS!

Charm City
“Gripping” - The New York Times (Critic’s Pick)

“Ness’ careful quilting of compassion and action across her years of filming suggests a fight that won’t diminish for these citizens.” - Los Angeles Times

“Moving! With echoes of the seminal HBO series “The Wire.” - San Francisco Chronicle

“A must see!” - Film Pulse

“Simultaneously harrowing and nuanced.” - The Playlist

“In an engrossing example of cinema-verite filmmaking, Ness and her cameras — Baltimore Sun alum Andre Lambertson is the film’s director of photography — are an astonishing fly-on-the- wall presence.” - The Baltimore Sun

“Well-made, while offering brief flashes of hope despite the harsh realities depicted.” - The Hollywood Reporter

Learn more: charmcitydoc.com

View on Facebook

Enrolling in Baltimore Hunger Project

To enroll a school into the Weekend Food Pack Program, please complete this interest form. Your school will be placed on our waiting list until we have an opening or the opportunity to add additional schools. You will be contacted when you are selected to participate.