When our communities needed them more than ever, school nutrition departments across the state stepped up in incredible ways to support all students – whether learning in the school building or remotely. Because of them, thousands of kids throughout Alabama have remained nourished during the crisis.

The pandemic has upended school meal programs as we know them. As schools have adjusted to remote learning, hybrid models, and or changes within the building to keep students and staff safe, school nutrition departments have had to work quickly to make sure meals are also adapting to these changes and available for every student.

These frontline hunger heroes – school nutrition and transportation professionals, community leaders, administrators, teachers, and volunteers – have done everything they can to ensure that kids continue to have access to meals. They’ve worked tirelessly, often for longer shifts and without days off. They’ve also found creative ways to get meals to kids, distributing weekly bags of fresh produce, providing curb-side meal pick-up, and even hopping on school buses to deliver meals directly to kids’ homes. These hunger heroes have shown tremendous dedication to the kids they serve, all while juggling mounting stress and uncertainty in their own lives. 

 

Since March of 2020, No Kid Hungry Alabama is proud to have supported the following school districts and organizations:

  • Wilcox County Board of Education
  • YMCA of Greater Montgomery
  • Boys and Girls Club of Northern Alabama
  • Arab City Schools
  • Cullman City Schools
  • Elmore County Public Schools
  • Marengo County Commission
  • Tallassee City Schools
  • Gadsden City Schools
  • Butler County Schools
  • Roanoke City Schools
  • National Hook Up of Black Women
  • Montgomery Public Schools
  • Montgomery Area Food Bank
  • Thomasville City Schools 
  • Escambia County School System
  • Florence City Board of Education
  • Geneva County Board of Education
  • Winfield City Schools
  • Haleyville City Schools
  • Coosa County
  • Choctaw County Board of Education
  • Marshall County School System
  • i3 Academy
  • Cherokee County Board of Education
  • Limestone County Schools
  • Dothan Leisure Services
  • Ekklesia MB Church
  • Hale County Board of Education
  • Fayette County School District
  • Pounds of Care
  • Friends of Theo Ratliff Activity Center
  • Phenix City Schools
  • Roanoke City Schools
  • Selma City Schools
  • Demopolis City Schools
  • Clarke County Board of Education
  • Celburne County Schools

Click here to view a map of all of the schools and organizations that No Kid Hungry has granted to.