No Kid Hungry Indiana is here to support your school nutrition program. We see the hard work you all are putting in each day, and because the hours are long, we provide various opportunities and formats to network, brainstorm, and learn. From toolkits to grants, we have resources to help your program succeed.



Need hours for professional standards? Check out our recorded trainings that provides 1 CEU toward Professional Standards Requirements.  

This semester, join us to expand your programs reach within the community and engage students. 

Save the date for our upcoming trainings!


Coffee Chats

Want to brainstorm ideas with other school nutrition professionals? Looking to find ways to improve your work?

Join us each month for a 30-minute Coffee Chat to network, bounce off ideas, troubleshoot and hear about important upcoming dates. Each month we will discuss  topics that are on your list. To register for our first Coffee Chat, click here – don’t forget your favorite beverage!



Looking for a resource? No Kid Hungry Indiana probably has it. Don’t forget to check out our resources page for the latest from us and our partners.


Resource Spotlight

Wanting to add a school pantry in your school? Does a weekend backpack program fit your student needs? No Kid Hungry Indiana and American Dairy Association of Indiana created Close the Meal Gap Toolkit to help you start a backpack food rescue, school pantry, or share table program.


Increasing Participation Through Alternative Meal Service Models

Alternative meal service models, such as Grab n’ Go and meals in the classroom, can provide more flexibility for students, leading to increased meal participation. These alternative service models use portable equipment that enable schools to serve food with the same high-quality meal standards and variety as traditional cafeteria dining. Additionally, alternative meal service models can be utilized anytime to ensure students are able to access meals conveniently and efficiently during the school day. 



No Kid Hungry Indiana is here to help you with any goal to improve meal access for students. If you have a specific question or need, don’t hesitate to ask