Childhood hunger is a solvable problem. We have the ability to ensure all kids have easy access to the healthy food they need every day, but we can’t do it alone. Since 2010, No Kid Hungry has been building the public-private partnerships needed for lasting, transformational change in the fight to end childhood hunger.
As we work to scale the No Kid Hungry model in targeted communities across the country, we need to bring the power of the private sector into these proven solutions. That is why we are proud to announce a new partnership with General Mills, a partner equally as passionate and invested in bringing demonstrated, effective solutions to a national scale.
With General Mills’ multi-year grant, we will test, research, raise awareness and advocate for programs that have the greatest potential for success, scalability and sustained impact. Our work with General Mills will ensure more kids from low-income families start their day with a healthy school breakfast.
We know that one of the most effective ways to increase school breakfast participation is to make it part of the school day. That’s our goal in school districts big and small across the country.
School breakfast has the power to unlock a brighter future for our children. With dedicated partners like General Mills, we are giving more kids the ability to grow up to become the next generation of teachers, scientists, and entrepreneurs.