Experts from North Carolina contributed to a new report that translates lessons learned during the pandemic into practice and policy recommendations for stakeholders at the national, state, and local level.
During the summer months, thousands of sites across North Carolina provide meals for kids and teens at no cost. Text FOOD to 304-304 to find the sites nearest you.
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Toolkit: Summer Meals Outreach
Stay Updated: School Meals for All NC Coalition
Understanding the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP)
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We’re Celebrating SCHOOL NUTRITION HEROES in North Carolina!
Lessons That Matter | Strategies to Translate Pandemic-Era School Meal Innovations to Common Practice
No Kid Hungry NC Grants more than $127,000 to Six School Nutrition Programs
Since schools first closed because of COVID-19 in March 2020, No Kid Hungry has granted almost $2 million to schools and community partners serving meals to children in almost 60 counties across North Carolina. Learn more.
See the story of Breakfast After the Bell in Bladen County Schools, as told by its superintendent, nutrition director, and teachers.