Updates

May 10, 2016 - During the school year, many families count on a school lunch (and maybe breakfast too) to feed their children. But in the summer time, that meal is no longer there, and that can put extra strain on families.
July 15, 2016
May 10, 2016 - Hundreds of volunteers will unite this summer to serve up to 1,600 local children with fresh meals five days a week.
July 15, 2016
No Kid Hungry North Carolina partnered with their state agencies to implement a summer meals waiver in selected counties in 2012 that is now expanded to all states - making it simpler for schools to access the summer meals program with a higher reimbursement level.
July 02, 2016
Even if school has let out for the summer, it’s not too late to inform families about free meals available to their children!
July 02, 2016
More than 1 in 4 North Carolina children are at risk for hunger.
July 02, 2016
No Kid Hungry North Carolina, in partnership with the NC Department of Public Instruction, Southeast United Dairy Industry Association (SUDIA), and Communities In Schools of North Carolina, held a fall 2013 statewide breakfast challenge to encourage North Carolina schools to feed more kids school breakfast.
July 02, 2016
No Kid Hungry North Carolina hosted a 2014 statewide Breakfast Challenge to encourage North Carolina preK-12 public schools to feed more kids breakfast, and the results were amazing!
July 02, 2016