July 2020 Media Round Up

August 7, 2020

Here’s a round up of some of the interviews featuring the No Kid Hungry campaign to end childhood hunger in California.

July 11:

  • Kritz, Fran. “WIC recipients seek a way to shop for groceries online.” Woodland Daily Democrat featuring Kathy Saile, No Kid Hungry CA Director

July 15:

  • Univision Bay Area Interview on Pandemic EBT featuring Mariela Donis, Senior Program Manager

July 16:

  • Hodousek, Carrie. “Difference Makers: South Bay Teen Turns Baking Hobby Into Fundraiser.” KCBS Radio featuring No Kid Hungry campaign
  • Mountain View School District. “Amazon Studies Donation Equals Specialty Salads.” MVSD News featuring Kathy Saile, No Kid Hungry CA Director

July 17:

  • Estrada, Jene. “National nonprofit helps MUSD feed kids over summer.” Hi-Desert Star featuring Kathy Saile, No Kid Hungry CA Director
  • Hunt, Jenna. “‘Hunger Heroes’ honored for helping hungry kids”. Hi-Desert Star featuring Kathy Saile, No Kid Hungry CA Director

July 28:

  • Reiley, Laura. “Senate GOP won’t extend pandemic food stamps but doubles ‘three-martini lunch’ deduction.” Washington Post featuring Lisa Davis, No Kid Hungry Senior Vice President

July 29:

  • The First Trade. “Congress needs to ‘take action, temporarily increase SNAP benefits’: No Kid Hungry campaign VP.” Yahoo Finance Video featuring Lisa Davis, No Kid Hungry Senior Vice President (Video)
  • Lambers, William. “William Lambers: Food stamps helped in WWII. They can do the same during the pandemic.” Eagle Times featuring Lisa Davis, No Kid Hungry Senior Vice President
  • Derysh, Igor. “Senate GOP rejects pandemic food stamp aid while calling to double ‘three-martini lunch’ deduction.” Salon featuring Lisa Davis, No Kid Hungry Senior Vice President

July 31:

  • Reiley, Laura. “Should all American kids get a free school lunch? The pandemic might make that a reality.” Washington Post featuring Lisa Davis, No Kid Hungry Senior Vice President

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About No Kid Hungry

No child should go hungry in America. But 1 in 7 kids will face hunger this year. No Kid Hungry is ending childhood hunger through effective programs that provide kids with the food they need. This is a problem we know how to solve. No Kid Hungry is a campaign of Share Our Strength, an organization working to end hunger and poverty. Join us at NoKidHungry.org