One in five Michigan children goes hungry, and Kids’ Food Basket is working to change that. We’re the only organization in West Michigan dedicated to attacking childhood hunger.

Our Sack Suppers help kids get critical nutrition in a way that is safe and accessible to them – from their trusted teacher, right in the classroom. Sack Suppers are well-rounded, evening meals that kids take home at the end of the day. They include 1,000 calories through a sandwich, 100% juice box, granola bar, and a healthy snack, such as fresh fruit. When paired with breakfast and lunch provided at school, Sack Suppers provide enough nutrition to help meet kids’ dietary requirements.

With your help, lunch doesn’t have to be the last meal of the day.

Help your students learn about hunger and be part of change.

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