Go Orange with Kids' Food Basket! 

Help Kids' Food Baskets raise awareness for the 1 in 5 kids in West Michigan affected by hunger 


There is nothing fun about childhood hunger, but changing the world can be fun- so get engaged! In the weeks leading up to GO ORANGE DAY on Friday, March 24th we’re asking you to wear orange in support of Kids’ Food Basket. But in the meantime, we’re asking you to make life just a little brighter. What can you do? 

We have a lot of fun ways you can make an impact in the days leading up to Go Orange!


PopUp Volunteer Project

Join us on Sunday, March 19, 2017, from 2:00-4:00 pm, at The Quest Center at Grand Rapids Christian High School, as we kick off Go Orange Week with family-friendly volunteer activities, music, and fun. *Children must be 5+ to attend. Click here to register! 


WEAR ORANGE! 

Join us on Friday, March 24th, by wearing orange, the color of hunger awareness, to attack childhood hunger in our community. 


Spread the word! 

Use #KFBGoOrange to share your pictures and posts! Share why the issues of childhood hunger is important to you.


Smile! 

We’re asking you to make life just a little brighter with an orange smile. By sharing your orange smile picture via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram you help us spread the word, using the #KFBGoOrange. You can email us too! Email your favorite pictures and we will share them for you!

Click here for a Go Orange selfie sheet to share you love being a part of Kids’ Food Basket. Whether you want to be a part of a community movement, it makes you feel good to give back, or you love making an impact by nourishing kids in our community... we want you to tell us why you love Kids’ Food Basket!


Dine Out! 

Make an impact with dozens of West Michigan restaurants by dining out during March. Participating restaurants will donate a portion of their proceeds back to Kids' Food Basket. 

Interested in hosting your own Give Back Night? Click here to for more information and a toolkit with the essentials you will need to make an impact for local kids in our West Michigan community. 


Join the March Community Partner Challenge - *Muskegon and Holland Only* 

Both Muskegon and Holland communities can participate in this friendly competition for teams to donate their time, talent and treasure in a bracket-style competition to ensure kids get the nutrition they need to succeed in school and life. Sign your team up, engage with Kids’ Food Basket, earn points and win prizes! Click here to learn more about how to sign up.