No Child Goes Hungry (NCGH) is pleased to donate $500 to BetterALife, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization located in Loudoun County, Virginia. Its members go door-to-door to supply lunch to registered low-income and section eight communities in its region. The grant from NCGH will be used to help BetterALife supply meals to community members at […]
No Child Goes Hungry is pleased to provide a $1000 donation to the Young Men’s Christian Association of Walla Walla (the “Walla Walla Y”). The funds will be used to purchase snacks and juice for children participating in its newest summer enrichment program in Athena, Oregon.
No Child Goes Hungry (NCGH) is pleased to donate $1,000 to the Backpack Brigade, a Seattle Washington-based nonprofit that partners with area schools to provide better food to more of the City’s hungry children each weekend. NCGH’s donation will be used to purchase 40 bags of food per week for four weeks for the children […]
No Child Goes Hungry (NCGH) is pleased to provide a donation to Odyssey Charter Schools in Wilmington, Delaware, to purchase a community refrigerator to help preserve its campus-grown produce and student-produced meal kits it donates to families in need. The refrigerator was purchased through a collaborative effort with a $1000 grant from the Healthier, Greener, […]
No Child Goes Hungry (NCGH) is pleased to donate $2,000 to the Gotham Food Pantry, a grassroots organization affiliated with All Souls Church. The pantry is committed to eliminating food insecurity across New York City’s five boroughs through a hyper-local, sustainable approach that empowers historically underserved communities. Gotham Food Pantry will use the funds to […]
No Child Goes Hungry (NCGH) is pleased to support Tennessee Wesleyan University’s (TWU) Love Thy Neighbor Project (LTNP) with a $1500 donation to its Back Sacks program. The purpose of the Back Sacks program is to alleviate food insecurity among school-aged children. The donation matches the program’s annual budget, allowing TWU to continue its Back […]