No Kid Hungry North Carolina, a partnership between Share Our Strength and the UNC Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, is working in collaboration with the Carolina Hunger Initiative, a new project at UNC. The Carolina Hunger Initiative is exploring innovative approaches to support our state's food systems during the unprecedented COVID-19 emergency. Learn more here.

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Principals: Innovative Breakfast WORKS

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

Nutrition in the Turnaround School

At Hampton Elementary University Partnership Magnet, the academic turnaround has been successful. But the other turnarounds had to come first.

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

Almac Group to Support No Kid Hungry North Carolina as part of Over $300,000 Global Giving Pledge

Durham – Almac Group today announces that the organization will donate to 100 Black Men of America, No Kid Hungry North Carolina, and WE ARE (“working to extend anti-racist education”) as part of an over $300,000 total contribution being made to 33 charities globally to support their critical work in the wake of COVID-19. Almac recognizes that charitable organizations rely […]

The Longest Summer Report: Childhood Hunger in the Wake of the Coronavirus

Before the pandemic, summer was already a hard time for families struggling to feed their kids, with schools closed and school meals gone. This year, schools closed in March, leaving many children without reliable daily meals for months on end. In the wake of COVID-19, more American families are waiting in line at food banks […]

No Kid Hungry NC, Carolina Hunger Initiative Support Meals For Children During COVID-19 School Closures

UNC Gillings School News Nationwide, families who rely on school meals for breakfast and lunch are worried about feeding their children. In North Carolina, an organization at UNC-Chapel Hill is reducing that stress. No Kid Hungry North Carolina was formed in 2011 in partnership with state leaders and the national No Kid Hungry campaign, a program of the […]

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