1 in 5 U.S. children is living in a food insecure household, and we believe in a world where no child must wonder where their next meal will come from. We help provide food for these children and their families and support impoverished communities across the country. Providing families with food helps meet their needs, both short-term and long-term, helping them to improve their overall standard of living.

Two children with backpacks at an outdoor event

Access to Food and Essentials

As a leading hunger relief organization, we find ways to support food-insecure kids with food and essential resources. While food is crucial, it’s not the only thing families need to make ends meet. Feed the Children also provides essential items like shampoo, soap, toothpaste, and cleaning products.

We have five distribution centers in the U.S., which helps us deliver resources to communities in both cities and rural areas. We focus on providing help to areas with the most need and helping families thrive.

Impact Across America

Our mission is to eliminate childhood food insecurity and hunger domestically and globally.

In 2023, our domestic programs provided 86.4 million pounds of food and household items worth $399 million. This benefited more than 10 million people across the country.

In fiscal year 2023, our Teacher Stores benefited hundreds of thousands of students across 277 school districts by providing them with more than $3.6 million in school supplies and books valued at more than $3.5 million.

fiscal year 2023

impact in numbers

86.4 Million

Pounds of food and household items.

10 Million

People and families helped.

$399 Million

Value of distributed resources.

A child holding a box outdoors at an event

Summer Hunger

Summers can be especially difficult for hungry children and their families. Nearly 30 million students in America receive free or reduced-price meals during the school year. But when class is out, millions of these kids go hungry. Research shows that summer hunger and food insecurity can cause physical and mental health problems, leading to poor educational performance when kids return to the classroom.

A child holding a box outdoors at an event

Hunger In The Classroom

An estimated nine million children in the U.S. will struggle with food insecurity during the back-to-school season. Families facing food insecurity are now finding it even harder to cope. Food costs at the grocery store continue to rise.

Our School Resource Rooms provide students with healthy snacks and household items. Teachers also receive free supplies and classroom necessities, including healthy snacks for students.