Community Impact Grants: 2012 recipients announced!
We’re giving nearly $500,000 to our 2012 Community Impact Grant recipients! Congratulations to each of the organizations that will use this year’s grants to support their work and innovative approaches to fight child hunger. Learn more.
May is Older Americans Month, but unfortunately Jessie from Mississippi is not celebrating. She is one of nearly four million U.S. seniors who are food insecure. No longer able to work due to disabilities and raising her granddaughter, Jessie relies on Mississippi Food Network’s Pinelake Food Pantry for help to support her family.
Wondering how you can help fight hunger in your community? Every Tuesday, The Gardeners’ Share, a small community project in McLean, Va., delivers a variety of fresh vegetables, fruits and herbs to their local food bank.
The time is now to join hands in support of those in need across the great state of Michigan. With the launch of Michigan No Kid Hungry, we will partner across the public and private sector to strengthen community infrastructure and systems for getting healthy food to children.
Eric Davis, director of the Food Initiative at the United Way for Southeastern Michigan, talking about the importance of fighting child hunger through a coordinated effort such as Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign.
In Idaho, one in six residents is uncertain about where their next meal will come from, including more than 95,000 children.
To combat hunger and improve access to fresh produce, Let’s Move Boise is providing families with the tools and resources to grow vegetables for themselves and for donation to food banks to help neighbors in need.
Many families struggle to make the most of a limited budget and to get the most meals from their pantries when times are tough. But everyone can benefit from checking out these tips from Cooking Matters on how to waste less food and save money too!
This year, more than 16 million American children will face hunger. That’s more than one in five children.
The ConAgra Foods Foundation is committed to doing its part to fight child hunger, but we can't do it alone. In fact, no single person or organization can end child hunger.
We hope you'll join us in building a community of people passionate about ending child hunger.
Learn more about the ConAgra Foods Foundation.