Accotink Unitarian Universalist Church (AUUC) recently received the 2019 Congregational Social Justice Program Award from Unitarian Universalists for Social Justice (UUSJ) for its efforts to stop hunger in Fairfax County, VA. Using seed money that No Child Goes Hungry (NCGH) granted in 2016, AUUC has made a significant impact on its community.
It’s Back to School Time. Hello from No Child Goes Hungry! I hope you’ve had a good summer and school is starting soon in so many places around the country. NCGH has been busy this summer working with different groups and programs that help to eliminate childhood hunger, especially our Little Free Pantry project. As […]
No Child Goes Hungry (NCGH), a non-profit providing grant money and mentorship to community organizations that build hunger advocacy programs, has made a $1,000 donation to the Dulles South Food Pantry® (DSFP). The funds will be used to help support DSFP’s Backpack Buddies program at Hutchinson Farm Elementary School, which aims to help ensure kids […]
Sometimes the realities of hunger in the United States can feel overwhelming. No Child Goes Hungry knows that even just one person can make a huge difference. That’s why we are proud to present Madelyn Harris and her story: Madelyn’s commitment to reduce food insecurity in her community evolved from an independent research class she […]
Little Free Pantries apply the Little Free Library® concept to activate community engagement of food insecurity. It is a grassroots, crowdsourced solution to immediate and local need. By adding a Little Free Pantry to your community, you enable neighbors to support one another and provide those in need with an additional, free, local food resources. […]
No Child Goes Hungry (NCGH), a non-profit providing grant money and mentorship to community organizations that build hunger advocacy programs, has made a $1,000 donation to the Syracuse City School District’s Blessings in a Backpack program. The donation is being directed to Dr. King Elementary School where it will be used to provide ten children […]