Join us the week leading to Go Orange Day to help Kids’ Food Basket raise awareness for 1 in 4 kids in West Michigan affected by hunger.

Wear orange—the color of childhood hunger awareness—on Go Orange Day, Friday, March 27, 2015 to show your support. Encourage your friends, family, and coworkers to do the same.

There are unlimited ways to spread awareness about childhood hunger. Here are a few ways you can make an impact:

Spread the word!

Gather your friends, family, neighbors or co-workers, and help us raise awareness for Kids' Food Basket Go Orange. Use #KFBGoOrange to share your pictures and posts and tell us why the issue of childhood hunger is important to you.

Share Kids’ Food Basket’s photos! You can find them on our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. Let’s see how many shares we can get throughout the week of March 23-27! 

Dine Out

Make an impact with dozens of West Michigan restaurants by dining out during the week of March 23-27. Participating restaurants will donate a portion of their proceeds back to Kids' Food Basket.

Stay tuned for a list of participating restaurants.

Interested in hosting a Give Back Night? Click here.

Host a Kids’ Food Basket Wish List Drive

Host a Kids' Food Basket Wish List Drive and collect items for our Wish List at work, with your faith community, or as a part of a birthday party or get together. Kids' Food Basket uses Wish List items to deliver more than 6,000 Sack Suppers every day to children in our community. To learn more about hosting a Wish List Drive, click here.


Please click here if you would like to give to Kids’ Food Basket. Your gift helps provide kids in our community with the nourishment they need to reach their full potential. $1 = 1 Sack Supper.

Decorate Sack Supper Bags

Help us brighten the lives of over 6,000 children each week day by decorating brown paper sacks and dropping them off at Kids’ Food Basket during the week of March 23-27. For more information about bag decorating and instructions, please click here.