Child Drinking Milk
Resource Center
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.

Refine by

Showing 1 - 7 of 7 Results

School Breakfast

Lessons Learned: NYC School Breakfast Focus Groups

This 2-page brief provides lessons learned about how to market the school breakfast program. These came from NYC parent focus groups led by Global Strategy Group in partnership with the NYC No Kid Hungry Campaign.

Research & Data
Engaging Stakeholders
Best for:
School Nutrition Staff
No Kid Hungry Partners
School Breakfast

New York City School Focus Groups: Advocacy Case Study

This case study provides lessons learned to help advocates communicate parent perspectives on the importance of school breakfast. These came from NYC parent focus groups led by Global Strategy Group in partnership with the NYC No Kid Hungry Campaign.

Research & Data
Engaging Stakeholders
Best for:
School Nutrition Staff
No Kid Hungry Partners
School Breakfast

No Kid Hungry Starts with Breakfast

This social impact analysis shows that the simple act of feeding kids a healthy school breakfast can have a dramatic impact on their academic performance, health and economic futures.

Outreach & Promotion Materials
Innovative Approaches & Successful Models
Research & Data
Best for:
Educators
School Nutrition Staff
School Lunch
School Breakfast
Summer Meals
Boys eating breakfast in the classroom

Recommendations for Communicating with Students & Families About School Meals

This resource highlights the key recommendations to emerge from research conducted in 2021 with parents and students in low- and middle-income households to assess their views of school meals, and to assess their reactions to key messaging designed to encourage greater participation.

Engaging Stakeholders
Outreach & Promotion Materials
Research & Data
Best for:
No Kid Hungry Partners
Nonprofit Sponsors
School Nutrition Staff