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Feed the Children works in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and in 10 countries around the world. We work night and day with community and corporate partners to help those in need. Check out some of the stories that feature our on-going work and partnerships.

Community participates in Feed the Children despite rain

Volunteers, case managers and over 800 individuals and families recently braved a rainstorm to join Feed the Children, PepsiCo Inc. and Tops Friendly Markets for #ROC in Rochester.

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Teachers shop for free supplies, books

The line started forming bright and early early outside the Oklahoma City headquarters of Feed the Children. Teachers from places such as Noble, Okemah, Sulphur and Snyder waited patiently — some for two hours — to stake their claim.

Read more on NewsOK.com

Operation Food Search Joins Forces to End Childhood Hunger

Operation Food Search, a non-profit hunger relief organization, recently worked with Edgewell Personal Care, Farmhaus, and world anti-hunger organization Feed the Children to fight childhood hunger in the St. Louis community.

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Feeding Minds and Bodies campaign helps families in need

Price Rite Marketplace partnered with Feed The Children and Salvation Army Harrisburg for the Feeding Minds and Bodies Campaign.

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Teleperformance employees help neediest families

Hundreds of the neediest Brownsville families received free food, household essentials and other items Tuesday as donations were distributed from a “Feed the Children” semi-trailer.

Read more on BrownsvilleHerald.com

Feed the Children CEO: The importance of mealtime

When I was a kid, we ate dinner as a family almost every night.

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The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation – Helping Feed Philadelphia

The Malcom Jenkins Foundation and PepsiCo have partnered with Feed the Children to kick off “Get Ready Fest™: Helping Feed Philadelphia” – a signature event of The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation.

Read more on PhillyBite.com

More than 450 families attend Feed the Children event

More than 450 selected families came together in Fairmont today as ‘Teleperformance’ and ‘North Central West Virginia Community Action’ hosted the ‘Feed the Children’ truck event.

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6-month feeding for 400 Laguerta children launched

MARCH 8, 2018 marked the beginning of the six-month feeding program sponsored by devotees of Mary Mediatrix from the Archdiocesan Shrine and Parish of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Barangay Lahug, Cebu City.

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Feed the Children handed out 120,000 meal boxes for students ahead of walkout

On Friday, as students left school at Hillcrest Elementary in Oklahoma City, they weren’t sure when they’d be back. Classes are canceled Monday, and could be canceled for many more days because of the teacher walkout.

Read more on okcfox.com

Three Tidbits: Farmhaus gives back, Kingside freshens up, candy crush in the Loop

St. Louis’ acclaimed Farmhaus restaurant will host a benefit dinner for nonprofit Feed the Children—with a star-studded lineup of local chefs.

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Carmelo Anthony Jumpstarts Holiday Cheer for OKC Families

Through the car window, Carmelo Anthony nonchalantly extended his hand to the boy for a handshake. The stunned youngster recoiled in the backseat with awe draping his face.

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Kings Mountain company partners to feed families

The holiday season can be a tough time for families that don’t have enough money to buy gifts on top of putting food on the table and keeping the lights on.

Read more on Shelby Star

Creating hunger-free holidays one family at a time

It was a brisk Saturday morning when neighbors at a Northeast Oklahoma City apartment complex gathered around 400 boxes of food and essentials that Feed the Children had delivered.

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Feed the Children honored for work in Appalachia

Officials with the Christian Appalachian Project honored Feed the Children Thursday for helping people in Appalachia. Feed the Children has made a significant impact on Central Appalachia and has come alongside the Christian Appalachian Project for more than 25 years.

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Celebrity Chef Develops Restaurant-Quality Ready-to-Eat Meals for Needy Families

Chef John Doherty has spent 23 years cooking extravagant meals for presidents, dignitaries, and celebrities. Now the New York City restaurant owner is focusing on preparing nutritious and delicious ready-to-eat meals for families who don’t have funds or access to their own groceries.

Read more on The Daily Meal

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