No Kid Hungry is committed to ensuring that program sponsors, community partners, and advocates have the resources and tools they need to ensure all kids have the food they need to thrive. We’ve highlighted several current resources below, including resources specifically for Indiana schools and families.
To access our full national resource library, visit our Center for Best Practices website.
Meal Service Strategies:
These resources are designed to help schools and child nutrition program operators navigate challenges of the school year and ensure that children continue to receive the nutrition they need, including
This toolkit includes guidance on connecting with families about meal applications, outreach examples from other school districts, and ready-to-use No Kid Hungry resources in both English and Spanish.
This toolkit provides resources on how to reach more students with your breakfast program, including resources on implementing alternative meal models like Breakfast in the Classroom, Grab and Go, and Second Chance Breakfast.
These resources on Farm to School from Indiana Grown for Schools will tell you everything you need to know on the topic and how it can benefit your school.
Food insecure families often rely on multiple sources of food assistance. Free or reduced school meals are critical in providing much-needed nutrition to children, but sometimes this isn’t enough. School hunger relief programs can help feed students and their families, even after the school day ends. Take time to consider whether a program like this is something your administration could implement.