Mapping Hunger in West Michigan

One in five Michigan children is food insecure. The average rate of students living at or near the poverty level at Sack Supper schools is 70%. Teachers witness students failing to thrive due to poor nutrition. A lack of consistent, nutritious food limits cognitive development and leaves kids unable to concentrate in school. Additionally, without healthy food, children can demonstrate behavioral issues like irritability, aggression, and anxiety. 

Map hunger in your city or neighborhood by clicking the buttons below.

Kent County  Muskegon  Holland 

What can you do?

  • $1 = 1 Sack Supper. Sack Suppers are nutritious evening meal, filling a critical  daily need and providing lifelong benefits. We feed thousands of children affected by hunger each day, in partnership with dozens of schools and summer sites through our flagship Sack Supper Program. Thanks to the generosity and support of our can-do community, nearly 7,500 children will receive their third meal of the day. 

  • Use the buttons below to contact us about taking a school off the waiting list, or to learn more about how we map hunger in West Michigan.

  • Check out our expansion page to learn about how you can impliment the Kids' Food Basket model across America