In areas with high poverty rates, access to healthy and sustainable food is limited. Families that are struggling to make ends meet and have to decide how to allocate their earnings from multiple part-time jobs
The beginning of the pandemic brought many academic semesters to a complete halt in the 2019-2020 school year. College campuses were forced to close down, students were sent home, and online learning became the norm
Traditionally, students who qualified for free and reduced lunch are able to receive their meals through the National School Lunch Program (NSLP). These students would have to apply by filling out financial forms proving their
The pandemic has severely affected how some families will be taking on this coming academic year. With most schools opting to do an online-only option, it will become much harder for students to secure supplies
The recently published 2020 KIDS COUNT Data Book by The Annie E. Casey Foundation assesses how children in the United States are doing overall in four different categories: Economic Well-Being, Education, Health, and Family and
WBAL-TV 11 covered the Baltimore Hunger Project in their latest article found here. Watch the video on their website! Anchor Theo Hayes writes: "A program feeding children in need has become even more important during
As the need for food increases for children due to the school closures, your donation is needed now more than ever. Make a donation today during Hunger Action Month as we work to fight hunger and feed hope!