Hunger

Shouldn't

be

Normal

As life begins to return to normal this summer, too many families still need food and essentials. Help end summer hunger.

Hunger Today in the U.S.

The economic consequences of COVID-19 have been devastating for parents and caregivers across the country. As a result, hunger and food insecurity have become dramatically more widespread. For children, that means more and more of them won’t know where their next meal will come from. How serious is the situation now? The numbers don’t lie.

16.8%

of children under 18 years
of age live in poverty.

One in Six Children Icon

To put it in
perspective, that’s

1 in 6

children who live
in poverty

3 out of 4

students qualify for free or reduced-price lunches
under the National School Lunch Program.

School one in four

25

%

of all public schools in 2017-2018
were high-poverty schools.

Five Million Children icon

5 MILLION CHILDREN

under the age of 5 die of
malnutrition-related causes every year.

Disease icon

Malnutrition is the single largest
contributor to disease in the world.

Thank you!

These corporate partners stand up for struggling children and families by providing food and daily essentials. Their donations make it possible to deliver the nutrition kids lack access to during the summer months when school meal programs are closed. We thank them for their partnership as we work together to end summer hunger.

Gold Sponsors

Americold
Frito Lays
Price Rite
Starkist
Teleperformance
Tyson Food

Silver Sponsors

Bronze Sponsors

Smart for Life

Our sponsors are heroes. Without them, our work would not be possible. We rely on the generosity of our corporate partners to help the children, families and communities we serve. These organizations maximize our efforts by turning every $1 donated into $8 worth of impact for people who need assistance.

Through cause marketing campaigns, sponsoring community initiatives, sending their volunteers and through their gift-in-kind donations, our partners provide vital support that helps feed children in the U.S. and around the globe.