Highlighting youth-led solutions today will help ensure no child is hungry again tomorrow
GAITHERSBURG, Md., February 21, 2019 /3BL Media/ – With one out of every six children in the United States living with hunger each day, young people are leading the fight to end child hunger to make sure their peers have access to healthy meals. To celebrate the role of young people in addressing this critical issue, Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation and Generation No Kid Hungry proclaim February 21 National Youth Day.
How school breakfasts are making a real difference in Virginia
by Tom Nelson, President & CEO of Share Our Strength
During the holiday season thoughts often turn to gift giving, decorations and holiday treats. But it’s also a time to think of others, and those who have less. Even in our nation of plenty, 1 in 6 children in the United States struggle with hunger.
The good news is that here at Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign, we know that childhood hunger is a solvable problem. Together with partners like Nestlé, we can ensure more kids are getting the nutritious food they need each day.
Nestlé leadership, First Lady of Virginia visit Arlington school in continued commitment to nutrition and ending childhood hunger
ARLINGTON, Va., December 15, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Nestlé USA today announced its partnership with Share Our Strength to support the organization’s school breakfast initiatives as part of its No Kid Hungry campaign. The donation of $250,000 deepens Nestlé’s commitment to help children live healthier lives.
New toolkit delivers resources for mobilizing and empowering youth to fight hunger
GAITHERSBURG, Md., August 3, 2016 /3BL Media/ — Sodexo, the world leader in Quality of Life Services, announced today that its nonprofit charitable arm, Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation and No Kid Hungry have delivered a valuable blueprint that uniquely engages youth in the fight against hunger.
ATLANTA, Nov. 11, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Arby’s® restaurants across the country raised more than $3.7 million to end childhood hunger in America, surpassing last year’s record-breaking $3.4 million. From August 3 – September 20, participating Arby’s restaurants teamed with guests to collect donations for the Arby’s Foundation, in support of its mission to end childhood hunger in America in partnership with No Kid Hungry.
Share Our Strength recognizes the work and partnership of the Arby’s Foundation in their work and mission to end childhood hunger in America.
At the ninth annual Give Me Five dinner, a Share Our Strength culinary event held in Atlanta, the Arby’s Foundation received the highly-esteemed Great Oak Award for their commitment to ending childhood hunger in America. Share Our Strength’s President, Tom Nelson, presented the award to Paul Brown, CEO, Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc.
Guests can donate inside Arby’s® restaurants from August 3-Sept. 13; for every $1 donated, the Arby’s Foundation provides up to ten meals to children in need
Atlanta, August 3, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Childhood hunger lives in communities large and small across the country, with no regard for geographic or demographic boundaries. In an effort to raise awareness to this issue and help end childhood hunger in America, Arby’s® restaurants are teaming up with their guests to make a difference. Starting today through Sept.
Neville Craw had not been on a bicycle since high school, but it did not deter him from pedaling 300 miles in three days between Santa Barbara and San Diego, California.
The Arby’s chef was part of Chefs Cycle, a charity program under the larger No Kid Hungry initiative, which seeks to end childhood hunger in the U.S. Only in its second year, Chefs Cycle raised nearly $340,000, which translates to roughly 3.4 million meals for children who would not otherwise have a lunch.