How Feeding America Works With Food Banks

Thanks to the countless volunteers, and your donations, we are Feeding America.

Thanks To Everyone Who Volunteers Or Contributes

It takes an army to help provide 3.7 billion meals to people in need. Thank you to the volunteers across the whole country who give their time and donations to Feeding America network of food banks 

Food Insecurity & The Effects It Has On Children

Hunger is more than just being hungry.  The effects and fallout of a child in hunger explained

Going To Bed Hungry - The Face Of Childhood Hunger

Child hunger hits closer to home than you might think. That’s because 1 in 5 children face child hunger in America today, shortchanging the life chances of far too many, too young. “Going to Bed Hungry: The Changing Face of Child Hunger,” from award-winning filmmaker and #brightfuture grant recipient Patrick Creadon, tells this story through the eyes of several American families. Families who are no different from any other, except they often struggle to put enough food on the table. 

The Hidden Hunger

Hunger is often hidden, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t there. More than 41 million people, including 13 million children, face hunger in the United States. At the same time, 72 billion pounds of safe, wholesome food ends up in America’s landfills each year. Help Feeding America raise awareness about hunger and wasted food in America 

Who's Hungry In America?

A profile of people who struggle and rely on the services of America's Second Harvest to get the nutricious food they need 

Feeding America Mapping The Food Gap

Food insecurity exists in every county and congressional district in the country. But not everyone struggling with hunger qualifies for federal nutrition assistance. Learn more about local food insecurity and the food banks in your community by exploring Feeding America’s annual Map the Meal Gap project 

Feeding America - Ending Childhood Hunger

In the U.S. today, 1 in 6 children face hunger. Learn how the Feeding America network of food banks works to make sure kids and their families have enough to eat 

Feeding America Food Rescue

In America today, 72 billion pounds of food go to waste while millions face hunger. Find out how Feeding America works with farmers, manufacturers and restaurants to rescue good food from filling landfills and instead get it to people in need 

Feeding America One Child At A Time

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and its Foundation have joined forces with the National Dairy Council and Feeding America to raise awareness of the issue of nutrition and food insecurity, increase access to healthy foods for food insecure people, and educate all stakeholders about strategies to eliminate hunger and promote healthy food choices. Learn more and get involved today at www.KidsEatRight.org 

The Impact Of Feeding America

Feeding America helps to provide food to more than 37 million people every year. In this video, a Wisconsin woman shares her family's story and gratitude to Feeding America

Poor Kids BBC (Part 1)

Documentary telling the stories of some of the 3.5 million children living in poverty in the UK. It is one of the worst child poverty rates in the industrialised world, and successive governments continue to struggle to bring it into line. So who are these children, and where are they living? Under-represented, under-nourished and often under the radar, 3.5 million children should be given a voice. And this powerful film does just that 

Poor Kids BBC (Part 2)

3.5 million children are growing up in poverty in the UK. It’s one of the worst rates in the industrialised world and successive governments continue to struggle to bring it into line. Struggling & without a voice, 'Poor Kids' shines a light on this pressing issue 

Poor Kids BBC (Part 3)

Eight-year-old Courtney, 10-year-old Paige and 11-year-old Sam live in different parts of the UK. Breathtakingly honest and eloquent, they give testament to how having no money affects their lives: lack of food, being bullied and having nowhere to play. The children might be indignant about their situation now, but this may not be enough to help them. Their thoughts on their futures are sobering