No Child Goes Hungry (NCGH) is pleased to donate non-perishable food items to the Little Bulldogs Backpack Program. The initiative provides weekend meals for low-income elementary students in Cleveland County, North Carolina. The Little Bulldogs Backpack Program was founded and is operated by Lou Ann Scates, an employee of Gardner-Webb University (GWU). The program currently […]
No Child Goes Hungry (NCGH) is pleased to donate food and snacks to the Northside Elementary Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The donated items will support the PTA’s Northside Snack program. The initiative aims to provide students with healthy snacks, such as pretzels, crackers, popcorn, fresh fruit, vegetables, applesauce, and granola bars, […]
In the October 21, 2021 issue of the UU Religious Innovator Network’s “Frontiers of Innovation” issue, the publication interviewed NCGH’s Founder and Director, Kären Rasmussen. In the interview, Kären shares how and why she founded NCGH and inspires readers to join her in her quest to ensure no child goes to bed hungry. Read the […]
Research has shown that students learn better when they are well-nourished and eating healthy. It allows for better memory and alertness and faster information processing. It also suggests that a healthy and nutritious diet can improve mental health. In partnership with No Child Goes Hungry (NCGH), and inspired by the actions of her colleague Ms. […]
“It’s unbelievable, isn’t it? Just unbelievable that any child should ever go hungry. Whether we’re talking about a child somewhere in the world, a child in the United States, or the kid who lives on your street, hunger is a global issue and right next door.”
No Child Goes Hungry (NCGH) is pleased to donate nonperishable food items to Fannie Lou Hamer Freedom High School in Bronx, New York. The donated items will help keep the school’s free food pantry stocked with nonperishables, toiletries, and clothing for students and their families in need.