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In 2009, nearly 1 million children didn’t get enough to eat in the United States. Sometimes it’s hard to remember that some children in America do not have enough food to eat, since most of the pictures we see in newspapers or on television are of hungry kids in other countries that are poorer than […]
Root 4 Kids brings to life Annie’s Homegrown foods’ wish to nurture kids by inspiring families to eat more real food together. As childhood obesity rates continue to rise, encouraging kids and their families to eat real food is more important now than ever before. The goal of Root 4 Kids is to become a […]
The new documentary film, Lunch Line, offers a fresh perspective on a 60-year-old government initiative that feeds more than 31 million children every day: the National School Lunch Program. Lunch Line is the first documentary to capture the full history of the school lunch program and reframes the school lunch debate through an examination of […]
If you struggle to get your family to eat healthy meals, you’ll want to stop by the Meal Makeover Moms website, where you’ll find kid-friendly recipes, tips for picky eaters, lunch, snack and dessert ideas, and practical advice on bringing good nutrition to the dinner table. Dietitians Janice Newell Bissex, MS, RD and Liz Weiss, […]
A very special thank you to Gerber for their generous donation to Yum-o! in support of the FEED component of our mission to feed hungry kids. Thanks to the overwhelming response from more than 222,000 Yum-o! supporters on Facebook, Gerber was inspired to donate $500,000 to fight hunger and nurture a healthier generation of kids!
Bettina Elias Siegel is a writer who is passionate about school food reform. Her blog, The Lunch Tray, initially launched as a journal of her school food reform initiatives in Houston, TX; it now draws readers from all fifty states and as many foreign countries who are interested in children and food and the relationship […]
After two weeks of feuding, Rachael accepted the challenge from Dancing with the Stars costume designer, Randall Christensen, to wear a one-of-a-kind dress that he created just for her! On Thursday, February 3rd, Rach faced one of her greatest fears, dropped the robe and danced the salsa in this stunning red beaded dress. Now, thanks to our friends at Charity Folks, you can bid to win this one-of-a-kind dress…
When Peyton Medick of Weston, WI was eight years old, a news story about hunger issues across the country shocked her. “My family and I watched a show on ABC’s 20/20 about Camden, New Jersey,” reflects Peyton. “The story was about kids living in Camden and what their lives were like. The thing that touched […]
Founded in 2005, Chicago-based Purple Asparagus is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing families back to the table by promoting and enjoying all the things associated with good eating. The “head spears” behind Purple Asparagus believe that adding enjoyment to a child’s diet is essential to the battle against obesity, experiencing the food of other […]
Started in 2009 by founders Mark and Suzi Lilly, Farm to Family is a mobile food distribution business based in Richmond, VA. Observing the huge disconnect in both understanding and distance between food and where it comes from, coupled with seeing so many families without access to high-quality, nutritious, fresh food, Mark and Suzi were […]