From research briefs to one-pagers, from maps to marketing materials, we've got a complete library of tools that can help you feed more kids.
Here are resources to help end childhood hunger.
This resource highlights the key school breakfast policies and legislation across the country and their impact.
This resource traces the path of the funding that supports school breakfast and lunch from Congress to cafeteria. It also answers common questions that educators have about how the programs work.
Learn how a school district in North Carolina partnered with a CACFP sponsor to implement Supper in the Classroom.
This fact sheet highlights the negative impact that hunger has on a child.
The No Kid Hungry Averaged Eligibility Map will show you if your summer meals site or day care home is located in an area-eligible location based on the USDA Food and Nutrition Service’s averaging policy.