Although many of our grants go to churches, No Child Goes Hungry partners with other groups who are dedicated to erasing childhood hunger in their communities. Check out these wonderful organizations who are doing great work in their communities.
Soul Fire Farm Institute, in Petersburg, NY is committed to ending racism and injustice in our food system. They grow life-giving food for the community, train the next generation of activist-farmers, mentor young people, and contribute to the movements for food sovereignty and self-determination. A grant from No Child Goes Hungry will help support their low-income farm share distribution program, which provides doorstep delivery of fresh food to refugee, immigrant, and other families impacted by poverty. www.soulfirefarm.org
With the help from an No Child Goes Hungry grant, One Earth Conservation, provides foods and snacks to children in multiple villages in Honduras. Even though most donations have to be bussed or flown in, a grant for food goes a long way there. One Earth Conservation estimates that ten more villages will receive food in 2018 from their grant.