$629,000 in Scholarships and Grants Have Been Distributed by the Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation to Honor Hunger Fighters Ages 5 to 25
GAITHERSBURG, Md., May 5, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Sodexo, world leader in Quality of Life Services, announced the 20ish under 20ish Stephen J. Brady Stop Hunger Scholars for 2016, featuring members of the zero hunger generation who are leveraging their remarkable and unique powers to combat hunger and positively impact their communities across America. The Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation has provided $629,000 in scholarships and grants since 2007.
The Campus Kitchens Project and Sodexo release nutrition curriculum to help kids explore food systems from seed to plate
WASHINGTON, March 31, 2015 /3BL Media/ - The Campus Kitchens Project, a national organization that empowers student volunteers to fight hunger in their community, announced last week the release of “Sowing Seeds for Healthy Kids,” a garden-based nutrition education curriculum developed with support from Sodexo. The curriculum helps student volunteers from across the country implement innovative models that fight hunger and food waste in their community by serving as a tool to educate young children about food systems.
FINAL CALL FOR APPLICATIONS for 2015 Stephen J. Brady Stop Hunger Scholarships – apply by December 5!
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Hunger exists in every community in our nation, from urban cities, throughout the suburbs, and across rural America. In fact, one out of every six Americans goes hungry each day, and 16 million of those at risk are children.
Sodexo Foundation created the Stephen J. Brady Stop Hunger Scholarships to reward students who are driving awareness and mobilizing young people to eliminate hunger across the country. Through this scholarship, Sodexo Foundation is proud to invest in the power of youth making a positive impact.
Initiative recognizes businesses committed to giving back to the local community
GAITHERSBURG, Md, November 19, 2014 /3BL Media/ – Sodexo, Inc., a leader in delivering sustainable, integrated facilities management and foodservice operations which is headquartered in Gaithersburg, today joins with other local leaders in taking the Community Profits Montgomery pledge.
Partnership is celebrated on Capitol Hill with recognition of 13 No Kid Hungry Youth Ambassadors working to fight childhood hunger
GAITHERSBURG, Md., September 19, 2014 /3BL Media/ -Sodexo Foundation, the nonprofit charitable arm of Sodexo, today renewed its partnership with Share Our Strength in the fight against childhood hunger in America. The organization’s exceptional ability to mobilize youth through campaigns like No Kid Hungry and the Youth Ambassadors Program helped reaffirm Sodexo Foundation’s commitment to the partnership, which includes $3.25 million in funding for Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign over the next three years.
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The summer is moving along and we’re even more committed to our Feeding The Movement Campaign. We’re not just donating our money or volunteering our time, we’re working to motivate others. We want our efforts to be exponential, to build momentum. That’s what Feeding The Movement is all about. And it’s where you come in.
Students ages 5-25 are encouraged to apply for the Sodexo Foundation Stephen J. Brady Stop Hunger Scholarship
Sodexo Foundation’s Stephen J. Brady Stop Hunger Scholarships reward students that are working to end hunger in their communities. To support their innovative efforts, winners get a $5,000 scholarship for school and a $5,000 matching grant to give to the hunger-related charity of their choice.
Apply by Dec. 5 to #Get5Give5 and fight hunger in your hometown
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Maria’s journey of service began with a bang – the sound of boxes of macaroni and cheese made hitting the dumpster as they were reluctantly thrown out after reaching their expiration date. Maria knew if a system existed for food banks to reach out to each other for surplus or needed food, there would be much less food going to waste. From this idea, she co-created M.E.A.N.S. (Matching Excess And Need for Stability), a database approved for trial in Iowa and South Dakota that does just that.