meals donated this year.
From coast to coast, people in rural, suburban, and urban communities in all 50 states are affected by child food insecurity. People just like your neighbors or kids in your child's classroom.
What is food insecurity? The USDA measures food insecurity as the periodic lack of access to enough food for all household members, or the uncertain availability of foods that are adequately nutritious.
Visit Feeding America to explore—by state, county, and congressional district—what food insecurity looks like in America today.
Share your commitment to the movement, and encourage your friends to help end child hunger. It's simple!