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“As Governor and First Lady, we want students across North Carolina to begin their day with the fuel they need to learn and grow.”

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No Kid Hungry NC

We’re working to end child hunger by connecting kids to effective but under-utilized nutrition programs like school breakfast, summer meals, and afterschool meals.

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The NC School Breakfast Challenge

Feed more kids by changing how breakfast is served.

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Nutrition Education in NC

Learn more about the Nutrition Education work being done in the state by No Kid Hungry NC, Share Our Strength, and other organizations.

Video: See innovative school breakfast in action

Principals: Innovative Breakfast Works


School principals across North Carolina see the benefits of Breakfast in the Classroom and other innovative service models every day.

A Model for Change in Guilford County


The Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom grant started a transformation of how Guilford County Schools serves breakfast.

First Lady of NC at Breakfast in Durham


Watch Principal Aisha Howard and First Lady of North Carolina Kristen Cooper discuss the benefits of Breakfast in the Classroom.

Latest News

NC Governor Roy Cooper And Visits Riverside High School

The Pirate’s Hook By Zoe Jones According to senior Sena Zadeh, Governor Roy Cooper rocks. Zadeh met Cooper on Friday, September 8 when he visited Riverside to promoting to expand No Kid Hungry (NKH), an organization working to provide kids in need with healthy food and give their parents resources to make nutritious meals for […]

Guilford County Teacher: Finding Grants and Programs to Support a Breakfast Program

PBS Teachers Lounge AUGUST 28, 2017 As an elementary school teacher for almost 18 years, I know firsthand the impact that eating breakfast has on my students—hungry kids simply do not perform as well academically. Unfortunately, kicking off the day on an empty stomach is more common than you may think, with 42.2 million Americans […]

Program Helps Feed Hungry Children in Craven County

New Bern Sun Journal COVE CITY — U.S. Rep. Walter B. Jones walked around the Adelphia CDC Inc. site Wednesday talking with volunteers about their new program to provide children with a lunch six days a week while school is in recess for the summer. Jones was on his annual August tour of District 3 […]

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